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* Flash flood watch for south and west parts of the region through this evening *

With more rain locally than anticipated, some spots around here are pushing three or four inches since yesterday. To the southwest, it’s as much as double that. While Washington fell just shy of a daily record, the waterlogged soils don’t seem to mind. Rain is winding down tonight.

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Through tonight: Occasional showers continue, in a generally waning fashion. Some heavy stuff is still possible this evening. Isolated flooding is possible. Never cross flooded roadways. As temperatures fall to the low and mid-60s for lows, some patchy fog may form. Winds are light and variable.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Saturday): Rain should be ending by sunrise or so. Clearing into the day, with partly to mostly sunny skies by early afternoon. Just an outside shot at another shower or storm later in the day. Highs are near 80. Humidity is moderate. Not bad for mid-June!

Sunday: It’s a mild start and turning into a typical warm and muggy summer day. Bubbly skies increasingly fill the sky, potentially bringing showers and storms late day. Before that, highs are in the low to mid-80s.

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Pollen update: The pollen count has been partially washed out by rain.

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