• Cloudy 84°
    Ragweed Pollen Current Weather
    • Relative Humidity
      51%
    • Yesterday
      Temp
      79°
    • RealFeel
      83°
  • Tonight

    Jul 27

    Lo 67°

    Partly cloudy

    Ragweed Pollen Weather
    • Grass
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    • Ragweed
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    • Tree
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    Day Details >
  • Tomorrow

    Jul 28

    Hi 82°

    A p.m. t-storm in spots

    Low ragweed pollen levels
    • Grass
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    • Ragweed
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    • Tree
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    Day Details >
  • Friday

    Jul 29

    Hi 82°

    Clouds and sun with a t-storm

    Low ragweed pollen levels
    • Grass
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    • Ragweed
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    • Tree
      Pollen
      1 - Low
    Day Details >
Next

Thunderstorms in the area tomorrow evening through Friday afternoon

7/27 7/28 Now: 7:21pm
PM 7-11
  • 7pm Cloudy 84° 0%
  • 8pm Mostly cloudy 80° 0%
  • 9pm Intermittent clouds 78° 0%
  • 10pm Intermittent clouds 74° 0%
  • 11pm Partly cloudy 71° 0%
AM 6-11
  • 6am Partly cloudy 68° 1%
  • 7am Partly sunny 68° 3%
  • 8am Intermittent clouds 71° 5%
  • 9am Intermittent clouds 74° 5%
  • 10am Partly sunny 76° 6%
  • 11am Partly sunny 78° 7%
PM 12-5
  • 12pm Partly sunny 80° 7%
  • 1pm Intermittent clouds 81° 8%
  • 2pm Intermittent clouds 81° 10%
  • 3pm Intermittent clouds 82° 10%
  • 4pm Intermittent clouds 80° 14%
  • 5pm Mostly cloudy w/ t-storms 78° 51%
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Washington Pollen Levels - July 27

  • Extreme
  • Very High
  • High
  • Moderate
  • Low
  • Tree Pollen

    Low

  • Ragweed Pollen

    Low

  • Mold

    High

  • Grass Pollen

    Low

Jul 27, 2016; 11:14 AM ET
 The Heat Dome remains in place and thunderstorms will rumble with more frequency. When will the pattern break Evan Myers has coverage.
How long will heat hold?

Washington Weather Report

Heat wave to deteriorate across northeastern US as downpours unleash up to 2 inches of rain

July 27, 2016; 5:11 PM ET

As July draws to a close, a storm system swinging up from the Deep South will bring downpours to the northeastern U.S. and break the back of an extended heat wave. more >

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