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Moody June

Matt Ross @ 12:00 AM


Today will be partly to mostly cloudy and highs of 85-88 with a 50/50 chance of some precipitation including thunderstorms possible in the afternoon. We can expect reasonably similar conditions through Friday when slightly cooler, drier air should enter the region.

June Trends

This month, which will likely finish slightly above normal, has featured long patterns of weather rather than frequent ups and downs. After the month started with four below average days, an impressive 12 consecutive above average followed. In a failed attempt not be outdone, we faced another 8 consecutive below average days, only to re-emerge with above average heat this past weekend that should last through the end of the month on Thursday. When all is said and done, we should finish about one degree above normal for the 1st time since 2002. July averages almost five degrees more than June, so even if we see normal heat, we can expect very warm temps with little fluctuation throughout the month, as high and low temps range only from 87-89 and 69-71 respectively.

Image Above Courtesy of Accuweather


Go Nats!

June 28th, 2005, 7:05pm Pirates at Nationals
1st Inning: 84 F    9th Inning: 78F
Weather: Cloudy and humid    Chance of rain: 30%

The game will be humid with a chance of some passing showers. While the possibility of some persistent shower activity exists, the more likely scenario is for passing showers that will have minimal disruption to the game.

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