Just enough of a push of dry air from Canada will continue to keep storms away from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore this weekend.
Low humidity from Saturday will persist through Sunday as clouds mix with sunshine to end the weekend.
The ballgame at Camden Yards Sunday afternoon will bring typical summertime warmth. High temperatures will be in the middle 80s.
The weather will be great for most outdoor activities this weekend but there will be spotty storms developing over the Virginia and West Virginia mountains.
Beyond the weekend, heat and humidity levels will build Monday through Wednesday due to a flow of tropical air.
In addition to making the weather more of a challenge for those doing manual labor and with respiratory problems, there will be a daily risk of thunderstorms Monday through Wednesday.
Another push of dry air is forecast to follow in time for Independence Day activities.
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The cool conditions that settled over the western United States this past week will give way to a warming trend and an elevated fire danger during the final days of September.
Despite the start of astronomical fall, ongoing heat from the central United States will spread toward the Atlantic coast into next week.
As Germans head to the polls for Sunday’s parliamentary vote, umbrellas will be needed for residents from Munich and Dresden to Hamburg.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes on the Indonesian island of Bali due to fears of Mount Agung potentially erupting.
While Maria still has the potential to wander close to the United States, the core of the hurricane may remain offshore through next week.
Mold, especially toxic black mold, growth is a big concern after a flood.
A budding tropical depression is expected to cause seas to build and raise the risk for flooding downpours in southern Mexico through the weekend.