Heat Advisory Today: Brace Yourself for Yet Another Scorching Day with Heat Index Peaking at 110

Washington, DC – A heat advisory has been issued from noon to 8 p.m. today, warning residents of dangerous temperatures and high humidity levels. The forecast calls for hot and extremely humid conditions, with isolated afternoon storms possible, bringing temperatures into the mid- to upper 90s. Despite a decent breeze, the day is expected to be oppressively hot.

In the coming days, the weather is expected to remain hot and humid, with the possibility of evening showers and storms tonight. Tomorrow offers a slight reprieve from the heat, but temperatures are set to rise again over the weekend and into next week. Friday may bring much-needed rain, with temperatures struggling to reach 90 degrees.

Today, residents can expect partly to mostly sunny skies, with temperatures reaching the mid- to upper 90s and heat index values peaking between 105 to 110. A breeze from the south may provide some relief, but the humidity is likely to persist. Showers and storms are possible in the afternoon. Tonight, a line of storms is expected to move through the region, bringing the potential for damaging winds and slightly lower humidity levels.

As the week progresses, temperatures are forecasted to moderate slightly, with highs in the low to mid-90s tomorrow. However, the chance of isolated showers or storms remains. Humidity levels are expected to rise again tomorrow night, with the possibility of precipitation overnight. Occasional showers and storms are more likely on Friday, with temperatures cooling slightly into the 80s to near 90.

Looking ahead to the weekend, temperatures are expected to rise back into the 90s, with the possibility of showers and storms on Saturday. By Sunday, temperatures may reach the mid-90s, with partly sunny skies and continued humidity. Overall, residents should prepare for a hot and humid stretch of weather in the days to come.