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* Earlier storm updates | Severe thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m. | Flash flood watch north and northeast of the District from until 10 p.m. *

It certainly felt the part of a storm day as temperatures rose into the 80s and humidity crept toward the high side today. For the most part, storms that passed in the late afternoon and this evening have been sub-severe. Still, there was plenty of lightning and rain, but winds weren’t too bad. Most of the activity for today is done, but there could be a shower or storm into the night. Another chance presents itself tomorrow.

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Through Tonight: With earlier storms moving east and southeast of the Interstate 95 corridor, conditions remain muggy through the night. Southern Maryland faces the main risk of storms until the line totally clears, but a few pop-up showers or a storm aren’t impossible overnight. There also may be some patchy fog. Lows are in the mid-60s to near 70.

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Tomorrow (Friday): Sunshine is at least occasional through the morning and into midday. By early afternoon, another round of scattered showers and storms seems likely to develop to the west. It’ll sweep across the region by early evening, with heavy rain, lightning and perhaps some strong winds. Before the storms, highs hit the low or mid-80s.

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Pollen update: Grass pollen is moderate/high. Tree pollen and mold spores are low/moderate. Weed pollen is low.

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