In the wake of the drenching, gusty and disruptive storms through Tuesday, drier air will settle into the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore areas through Thursday.
Some sunshine is forecast for the city and suburbs with lowering humidity Wednesday and Thursday, while downpours still threaten to ruin the day at the beach Wednesday.
The less humid air will set the stage for lower temperatures at night. Lows will dip to unseasonably cool levels in the northern and western suburbs into the end of the week, while record chill holds up over the Midwest.
During the weekend and into next week, humidity levels and eventually temperatures will trend upward. As this happens, the risk of thunderstorms will increase across the region.
With the start of the new week, unsettled conditions make a return across the United Kingdom.
Catastrophic flooding slammed Charleston, South Carolina, and other areas across the state over the weekend.
An intense band of heavy rainfall will continue across South Carolina and far southeastern North Carolina into Monday, worsening the already historic flooding that is underway.
Lives and property will continue to be threatened in and around South Carolina through Monday as additional torrential rain pours down, further worsening already major to catastrophic flooding.
Conditions are worsening across Bermuda ahead of Hurricane Joaquin passing dangerously close to the island nation to end the weekend.
According to the BBC, the Brague River overflowed its banks, sending water into nearby towns and cities, including Cannes.
Gulf States (1995)
Hurricane Opal comes ashore with sustained winds of 125 mph just east of Pensacola. Winds gusted to 144 mph at Fort Walton Beach, FL massive damage done to Pensacola Beach - fishing pier was destroyed. Many businesses and homes damaged by the storm surge.
20 tornadoes touched down - the greatest number ever recorded in the US. 7 touched down in the Tulsa area alone.
Kansas City, MO (1998)
4.24" of rain.