Matt Ritter, Fredericksburg, Culpeper County discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
Matt Ritter. How are things looking outside? For you are starting to see the clouds build back in not uncommon in this type of overall weather scenario. We've had a couple of stray showers in some parts of the area right now. That shower that was near the city of Fredericksburg has grown quite a bit. In fact, Fredericksburg reporting some heavy rain this hour is pretty isolated. Most of what's popping up right now is very, very light and spotty, especially in Culpeper County. But now it's 24 radar start to see some very light spotty showers. In northern Montgomery County and in Frederick County in Maryland, to so mostly cloudy with just a few stray showers here there this evening in overnight tonight, overnight lows of in the mid sixties, too low seventies, some patchy fog will start to form with all this moisture we have. It's definitely more human today. Sure, you've noticed that morning clouds and patchy fog tomorrow then, as a warm front moves through the area at the surface from south to North Gradually become partly sunny tomorrow. That'll bring warmer temperatures for the entire listening area. We'll get into the load of mid eighties. But with the disturbance aloft moving through that will also destabilized the atmosphere and bring us some scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Some of them could be on the strong side with some heavy downpours Thursday. Partly sunny, hazy, hot and humid. A strong cold front, moving through later in the day will bring a line of storms through and some of those could be strong or severe. High's B the upper eighties too low nineties. But Friday, becoming mostly sunny, breezy and more seasonable. In the humidity you'll be dropping throughout the day highs will be in the low eighties 71 degrees in Newmarket right now 78 in Centerville, and it's 81 in northwest DC. Thank you, Matt 5 51. When the U. S tested the atomic bomb in the desert Salad west, there was more of an radioactive fallout..