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    Friday’s toasty weather kicks off with a flash flood warning for parts of the D.C. area. Here’s what you need to know. Flash flood warning until 1:15 a.m. for D.C.; part of Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland; and Arlington County in Virginia. Overnight storms brought heavy rain, thunder and lighting to the region. Four people were hurt in a an apparent lightning strike near the White House. D.C. Fire and EMS said they have critical injuries. WATCH: Fox weather camera captured this incredible lightning strike around the time the 4 people were struck near White House. https://t.co/9liRqW7tqx @fox5dc pic.twitter.com/fsXTKCpYQq — Lindsay Watts (@LindsayAWatts) August 5, 2022 The rain posed a risk for flooding and throughout the D.C. area, high water was reported on Canal Road Northwest, parts of Rhode Island Avenue Northeast and along 4th and G streets Northwest in D.C. In Maryland, damages from downed trees were reported in Anne Arundel, Carroll, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s counties and the City of Baltimore. There were also reports of flooded roadways. And in Virginia,...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Storms with the potential to create damaging winds are encroaching on Carroll County in Western Maryland. Areas along US 15 toward Thurmont, Maryland, will be affected by these storms. They should impact Carroll County by 2:30 p.m. #mdwx We have been watching a cluster of thunderstorms beginning to breakout of West Virginia. Frederick County is now in a T-Storm Warning through 1:45 PM. pic.twitter.com/loL5ix3vbn — Marty Bass WJZ (@MartyBassWJZ) July 1, 2022 READ MORE: Howard County Man Charged In Stabbing Death At Elkridge HotelOther Weather threats are on the horizon this week. Before anyone can enjoy a bright and calm Independence Day, they will have to get through an Alert Day on Saturday. A cold front will move through Saturday late in the afternoon into the evening and trigger strong to severe storms. Damaging winds, large hail, and flash flooding are all possible. The good news is much of our Saturday will be great for the beach, pool or barbecue! READ MORE: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra To Put On Star-Spangled Spectacular Show At Inner HarborFor our Friday,...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Storms with the potential to create damaging winds are approaching Frederick, Maryland. Areas along US 15 toward Thurmont, Maryland, will be affected by these storms. They will be headed east and have an impact on Carroll County by 2:30 p.m. READ MORE: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra To Put On Star-Spangled Spectacular Show At Inner HarborOther Weather threats are on the horizon this week. Before anyone can enjoy a bright and calm Independence Day, they will have to get through an Alert Day on Saturday. A cold front will move through Saturday late in the afternoon into the evening and trigger strong to severe storms. Damaging winds, large hail, and flash flooding are all possible. The good news is much of our Saturday will be great for the beach, pool or barbecue! READ MORE: Meet The Investigators Working To Address Baltimore City's Unsolved MurdersFor our Friday, the humidity is back! I probably don’t need to tell you that, though. You’ll feel it the second you step outside. Expect it to feel very close to the triple digits this afternoon...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Sunday and Monday will bring rounds of storms that could generate hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes. However, the holiday weekend won’t be a total washout, as dry periods will break up the storms. Additionally, conditions will continue to be hot and humid through Monday, with daytime highs hitting the upper 80s in the Twin Cities. (credit: CBS) The first round of storms moved through Sunday morning, hitting southwestern and northwestern Minnesota with heavy rain, hail and strong winds. The storms weakened as they moved eastward, and were mostly out of the state by 11 a.m. After the first round moves out, skies cleared out, and it was dry for a stretch before scattered showers developed in the late afternoon. Those showers are turning to thunderstorms late Sunday evening, and are then expected to become widespread in the overnight hours. (credit: CBS) In addition to strong winds, hail and potentially even tornadoes, flooding will be a concern with this round of storms. Activity will linger into Monday morning before another dry stretch. Another wave of severe weather...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – It’s going to be a sunny and beautiful Saturday, but there’s a chance for rain on Mother’s Day. It’s sunny all across Minnesota on Saturday morning, with temperatures in the 50s in most areas. It’ll warm up to 73 degrees in the Twin Cities as the day goes on. There’s a brush fire concern in western Minnesota, as winds will gust to near 40 mph in the afternoon. Credit: CBS Overnight the clouds will move in, with some non-severe thunder possible in the west. Steady rain comes to the Twin Cities mid-morning on Sunday and will stick around until the afternoon. It’ll taper off into isolated showers in the evening hours, which will be the best time for outdoor activities for Mother’s Day. Credit: CBS The heat and humidity will settle in on Monday, with some possible late-afternoon and evening severe thunderstorms from the Twin Cities on south and east. These storms bring a chance of strong winds and hail. Tuesday will then be cooler and then it’ll be hot and humid mid-week.
    By: Falicia Woody/KDKA-TV First Alert Meteorologist PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Temperatures this morning are starting off in the mid-60s, but we’ll dip down into the 50s by late morning. READ MORE: Norwin District Leaders And Superintendent Look To Start Bullying Prevention ProgramShowers will last through the morning, then clear out by the afternoon. Skies will begin to part with the sunshine lasting through the evening. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos Later this afternoon, we’ll rebound back to around 60° late afternoon. Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center Overnight, skies remain mostly clear with lows around 40°. Friday’s forecast is looking great with highs in the mid-60s and lots of sunshine! Easter weekend is looking decent. READ MORE: Saint Vincent College Responds To CPET Conference Speaker's Potentially Offensive PresentationSaturday will feature a few showers with highs in the low 60s. Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center Sunday will be cooler with highs in the low 50s but dry skies. So Easter Sunday is looking good for those egg...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – What a gorgeous start to the weekend! Aware: Wind advisory tomorrow for areas north and west of PIT with gusts up to 50 mph. Up to about 1” of rain through the day Monday with a possible thunderstorm afternoon/evening. READ MORE: As Gas Prices Soar, Pittsburghers Looking Into Alternative Forms Of TransportationAlert: None. Holding off on an alert day for Monday since not a widespread flooding concern… though it will be a soggy day. Highs hit the 70s today, though no records, Pittsburgh’s record high stands at 78 degrees, and we’ll have a mild night and more warm air Sunday. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos READ MORE: Study: 30-60 Minutes Of Weight Training Per Week Could Add Years To Your LifeShowers will sneak in here tomorrow morning as the warm front progresses through the region but we should have some dry time by afternoon. Winds will be gusty tomorrow afternoon and evening with gusts reaching 45-50 mph at times. A wind advisory...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A weak weather system will move across Colorado on Friday. It will bring cloud cover and some light flurries or snow showers, mainly to the northern and central mountains. A few pockets of flurries or light snow showers will be possible between 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. in and around metro Denver. If we see any accumulation today from these passing snow showers it will be an inch or less overall, but a few places in the mountains could see up to two or three inches. If we see accumulation in the Denver area the best chance for that would be west and south of downtown Denver over the higher elevations of the foothills and the Palmer Divide. High temperatures on Friday will be in the 20s and 30s around Colorado with a few places in the south potentially reaching the lower 40s. We are expecting mid to upper 20s around metro Denver with the potential for the downtown to briefly hit the lower 30s. While it will be warmer than the highs on Thursday it...
    DENVER (CBS) – The second storm to hit Colorado this week was already bringing snow to the mountains Thursday morning. The moisture will eventually reach Denver and the Front Range mainly as rain. Snow will impact mountain areas west of the Continental Divide through Noon on Thursday before spreading east of the Divide by the early afternoon. There are no warnings or advisories posted for the mountains but travel along I-70 above Georgetown could become very slow by the end of the day. Most mountain areas in Colorado above 9,000 feet will see 1-4 inches of accumulation. Isolated higher amounts are also possible. (source: CBS) For Denver and the Front Range, rain showers will develop mainly after 3 p.m. and many roads in the metro area could be wet for the evening commute. By 7 p.m., temperatures should be cold enough around Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins to support snow but moisture will be very limited by that point and no accumulating snow is expected below 6,000 feet. (source: CBS) For areas above 6,000 feet on the south and west...
    Hi Everyone!   I don’t think that the Wizard of Oz could look ahead today and tell you exactly when you may see some sun, or some rain. We are only expecting a couple of passing showers today, and maybe a thunderstorm. Our rain chance is 60% dropping to 54% this evening. Then calming down for the bedtime hours and overnight. A good guidepost would be meandering showers SW to NE over the next few hours. Then a bit of a break midafternoon before a bit more widespread late afternoon and evening thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center has us in the lowest risk for severe weather. READ MORE: Baltimore Man, 52, Charged With Murder In Death Of Woman Found In Burning Home  The “for certain”  part of this day’s outlook are the words “warm and humid.”  The normal afternoon high for October 4th is 73°. Today we are looking at 82° as the high. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Over 100,000 Booster Shots Administered, 13 New Deaths ReportedKeep a small umbrella with you today and for those few times you may need...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It was a quiet start across South Florida with plenty of sun and temperatures in the upper 70s. In the afternoon, highs soar to the low 90s before the rain rolls in. READ MORE: Tracking The Tropics: Tropical Depression Mindy Drenching Florida Panhandle, Southern Georgia Scattered storms will likely last through the evening with the potential for some heavy downpours. Localized flooding will be possible due to the wet weather later on and also due to the fact that the ground is already saturated from all the recent rain the past few days. Higher than normal King Tides begin on Thursday and last through Saturday, September 11th. Coastal saltwater flooding will be possible around high tide times along vulnerable low-lying areas. King tides can be exacerbated by rainfall which is expected Thursday afternoon. READ MORE: Miami Proud: ReServe Harnesses The Power Of Adults 50 & Older By Providing Job Placements On Thursday, the high tide in Miami Beach takes place at 10:35 a.m. and the high tide for Ft. Lauderdale takes place at 11:18 a.m....
    BOSTON (CBS) – The first day of school for many districts feels more like mid-summer as heat and humidity lock in place on Monday. Following a mid-summer trend, thunderstorms are expected Monday afternoon and they could be severe. TIMING: As a cold front moves from west to east through the afternoon, Worcester County and areas west will likely get the first indications of storms after 1 p.m. From I-495 to the I-95 corridor, expect these storms to pop up between mid-to-late afternoon. By 8 p.m., most of the region should be rain free and the threat will have diminished. WHERE: Highest risk seems to line up with central Massachusetts as the front moves across the region. Due to the daytime heating, there will be more available instability west of I-495 near the middle of the afternoon. Eastern Mass. and coastal areas won’t have as much of an impact but they shouldn’t put their guard down. (WBZ-TV graphic) Pop-up storms are still possible around the greater Boston area and north of the city. There’s less of a concern for...
    The D.C. area will get a quick reprieve from Tuesday’s sweltering heat in the form of some scattered storms, and that prospect has already prompted the National Weather Service to issue a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of the D.C. area. (Tune into 103.5 FM or go online for the very latest on severe weather warnings.) And the pattern will repeat itself: Afternoon/evening storms are in the forecast for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as well before a weekend cool-off. Storm Team4 Meteorologist Matt Ritter said some of Tuesday afternoon’s storms “could be severe, with strong winds gusts and large hail — but the primary threat will be more torrential downpours.” Ritter believes the window for storms around D.C. will be between 5 and 7 p.m., and nighttime lows will still be warm — in the 70s. Listen to WTOP online and on the radio at 103.5 FM or 107.7 FM. Current traffic conditions Weather forecast Closings and Delays Sign up for WTOP alerts On Wednesday, the humid heat will be worse, with highs in the low to mid-90s...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – As if Friday’s high heat and humidity wasn’t enough, more tumultuous weather is on the way. Saturday afternoon, isolated to scattered pop-up showers and thunderstorms will develop. These storms will have the potential to produce gusty winds and heavy rain that could lead to localized flooding and flash flooding. Late in the afternoon and evening, widespread showers and thunderstorms will continue to push through with damaging winds and flash flooding being the main threats. Late evening into the overnight, showers and thunderstorms will wind down with some residual flooding possible. Currently, Central Park stands at 8.49″ of rainfall for the month — most of which was received in the last week or so. It could break into the top five wettest Julys on record by the end of the weekend. CLICK HERE to check the latest forecast.
    By Callie Zanandrie DENVER (CBS4) – The 4th of July weekend will get off to a warm start. Temperatures on Saturday will stay in the lower 90s. That’s a couple of degrees warmer than normal for early July. A few showers or thunderstorms will be possible Saturday afternoon into Saturday evening for the Denver metro area. CBS4’s mountain camera in Evergreen looking at July 4 traffic heading to the mountains on Saturday morning. (credit: CBS) A few storms over the eastern plains could become severe with heavy rain, hail, and wind gusts over 60 mph. The thunderstorms will be moving at a decent speed, so the flash flood threat for burn areas will be limited. The 4th of July will be beautiful with temperatures in the low-90s with mostly sunny skies. A stray shower will be possible into the afternoon and evening.
    DENVER (CBS4) – Happy Thursday, Colorado! It’s a new month and that means you’ll hear local meteorologists saying the word “monsoon” more and more with each passing day. That’s because this is the time of year when we start to feel impacts in our state. READ MORE: Gov. Jared Polis Elected Vice Chair Of Western Governors Association The monsoon season runs from June 15 to September 30 in North America. It’s a seasonal shift in the wind that blows from the south, flowing across Mexico and into the southwest United States. It carries rich plumes of moisture from the tropics and sets the stage for slow-moving showers and storms that produce locally heavy rain. We expect a pretty widespread coverage of storms today. They’ll form over the higher elevations during the late morning and early afternoon before pushing onto the eastern plains around the evening commute. Due to the threat for heavy rain the National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for portions of south-central Colorado through the evening. Flooding concern is elevated along recent...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A cold front is sweeping through Pittsburgh, bringing storms with the possibility of damaging winds and flash flooding. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the entire Pittsburgh area, and it’s in place until 8 p.m. READ MORE: Bill Cosbys Sex Assault Conviction Overturned By State Supreme Court A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia until 8 PM EDT pic.twitter.com/qJurpNTozO — NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) June 30, 2021 READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 202 New Cases, 8 Additional Deaths Hot and humid air will remain in place Wednesday afternoon before the first of two cold fronts plows into our region and sparks shower and thunderstorms from mid-afternoon through this evening. Some of the storms could contain gusty, damaging wind and possibly prompt flash flooding. Because of these concerns, we are under the slight risk category across southwestern Pennsylvania for severe weather from the Storm Prediction Center this afternoon and evening. The second front arrives Thursday and drops temperatures back out of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Expect severe storms for the Chicago area on Father’s Day in both the afternoon and evening. Risk will be at a level three of five, or enhanced risk. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: 2 Rounds Of Severe Storms Possible Sunday READ MORE: At Least 3 Killed, 28 Wounded In Weekend Shootings In Chicago Isolated tornadoes are possible later in the afternoon with heavy downpours and large hail. MORE NEWS: Woman Dead After Being Stabbed On South Wacker Drive Downtown The evening will bring damaging winds and more heavy downpours. High temperatures are expected to reach 88 degrees.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Good morning, another day with scattered rain chances. It appears the farther to the southeast you are the better the chance for rain. Rain today will also move in an odd way, with rain showers moving from the east to the west. READ MORE: Council Members In The City Of Washington To Vote On Citizen Police Review Board Since today’s rain will once again be scattered, rain totals will vary with many communities seeing less than 0.05”. Other communities though will see more than a half-inch of rain. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos Downpours will also continue to be possible. The cause for today’s rain continues to be the same general set-up as what we have seen all week long. A slow-moving upper low is anchored on top of Nashville, Tennessee. This broad atmospheric rotation means another unsettled day for western Pennsylvania. READ MORE: Vaccine Advisors To Meet With The FDA Regarding COVID-19 Vaccinations For Children Under 12 Expect...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A severe weather threat is expected to move into Minnesota Sunday afternoon. According to Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak, severe storms are likely to develop in south-central Minnesota between 1 and 2 p.m., drifting north through the evening and into the overnight. The evolution of today & tonights severe weather threat in #MNwx & #WIwx is becoming a little more clear, including an expansion of the overall threat zone for severe weather. Ill show you how it will play out when you join @esmemurphy and me right now on @WCCO pic.twitter.com/z92Ng1j4pf — Mike Augustyniak (@MikeAugustyniak) June 28, 2020 During the daylight hours, there will be a threat for tornadoes in and near the yellow-outlined area. As the evening progresses, Augustyniak says the tornado threat will drop to near zero. Destructive winds, flooding and hail will also be possible this afternoon and evening.
    (CNN)Near-record heat is searing the central United States, including major cities such as the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, which will also see severe storms Tuesday."Tuesday looks to have active weather for the metro Minneapolis-St. Paul region, which could have impacts on the ongoing protests," CNN meteorologist Brandon Miller said. Monday was the hottest day of the year so far in Minneapolis-St. Paul with a high temperature of 91 degrees recorded and Tuesday could be even hotter.Check the forecast from CNN's team of meteorologists >>>"Temperatures will climb into the 90s for the first time and could reach the record high of 93 Fahrenheit on Tuesday," says Miller.Read MoreThese warmer temperatures could present a heat stress threat to protesters and police in the afternoon and early evening. The heat will help kick off some scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon Tuesday, some of which could be severe, said Miller. These storms could come anytime in the afternoon through the evening. They could bring lightning, strong winds, large hail and even tornadoes.Omaha, Nebraska; Des Moines, Iowa; and Milwaukee could also see intense storms develop Tuesday...
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