A warmer weekend is in store for Washington, D.C., ahead of another batch of rain for early next week.
The typical high for the city this time of the year is 63 F.
High temperatures both days will be in the low to middle 60s.
The nicer of the two weekend days will be Sunday with sunshine and less wind.
In the wake of locally drenching rain and spotty thunderstorms from Friday night, a stiff breeze from the west and northwest will bring dry air into the region on Saturday.
A new storm forecast to brew near the Gulf coast this weekend will swing northeastward early next week with a dose of drenching rain.
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Trouble is brewing for people with outdoor plans and travel along the Atlantic coast this weekend in the form of drenching rain and thunderstorms.
A mudslide in western India has destroyed at least 40 homes and may have buried over 150 people.
Otters at a Japanese zoo took to the water for relief from the above-normal heat.
Ongoing wildfires in Ontario and western Canada will impact areas across the Great Lakes to the Northeast through the weekend.
Columbia, SC (1991)
July 1991 became the wettest month ever with 17.46" of rain. The old record was 16.72" set in August 1949.
Gulf Coast (1995)
Tropical storm Dean entered the Texas coast near Galveston, TX. Galveston reported a wind gust of 51 mph, but just 0.54" of rain. Coastal roads were flooded across Louisiana.
Las Vegas, NV (1998)
2.50 inches of rain in 1 hour.