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On the ramps into the tunnel from 695 West and from 395 North headed toward New York Avenue. Bob Inwood WTLP traffic and now we're going to Steve Rudin 7 News first alert meteorologist. Our wet weather trend continues on and off for the remainder of the evening hours and through the overnight a few showers a few rumbles of thunder temperatures fall to the 60s with winds from the southeast at 5 to 10 now waking up early tomorrow morning a few pockets of drizzle perhaps a little bit of fog is going to give way to glimmers of sunshine during the late morning hours and through the midday this could allow a little bit of heating to occur to allow thunderstorms develop during the late afternoon hours into the evening some of those storms may contain some brief gusty winds and heavy downpours highs for the day upper 70s to lower 80s showers and a few storms are likely on saturday temperatures upper 80s will be near 90 degrees on sunday i'm seven news you're all just see burden in the first blurt weather center we can see a little bit of rain along the dc line with prince georges county in a couple of spots such as suitland hillcrest heights chillum and just west of landover we are seeing some rain there there's rain north of alney and east of gaithersburg in montgomery county all of these systems are pushing north there's rain between ballinger creek in frederick and uh... leesburg in loudon county so that's area another that's getting the showers that are pushing to the north finally all the way up into western maryland hagerstown other parts of uh... washington garrett county getting some rain that is pushing north into pennsylvania fort belvoir at sixty five foggy bottom sixty seven the silver spring sixty seven degrees and some of us down to about sixty overnight it's nine thirty everything and you need every time you listen w t l p producers desk is wired by i'd be w local twenty six where electrical contractors good evening

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