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The more you save with window donation. Get up to 50 % off pay nothing for two full years. 86690 nation or windownation .com. Bob Inwood WTLP traffic to out 7news first alert chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson. Our stretch of daily rain chances will soon be coming to an end. We do have though a high chance this evening as a matter of fact we're on storm alert for the late evening and early part night of the could be getting some isolated flash flooding across the area and maybe even some high winds. It's really isolated severe storms that we could see this evening so nothing widespread temperatures will drop from the upper 70s into the 60s by morning. Some lingering showers for the early part of Wednesday partly sunny skies for the afternoon 77 to 80 degrees for Wednesday afternoon. I'm 7News chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson in the first Alert Weather Center. Well, let's talk about where the thunderstorms are tonight. We'll start in Northern Virginia and the northern part of Prince William County getting some rain. It's part of the same system that is affecting most of Loudoun County that includes Leesburg, Ashburn, Central, and northern parts of Loudoun County getting rain. Then we push across the Point of Rocks area and across the county line into northern Montgomery County. That's areas north of the Germantown area. Damascus getting a lot of heavy rain. Most of Frederick County in Maryland including Ballinger Creek, Urbana, and Frederick itself and getting Walkersville rain and now southern parts of Carroll County getting this rain as well. All of these storm systems pushing from southwest to northeast across our area. Tysons at 81, Potomac 72, and L 'Enfant Plaza 81 degrees. The rain helping cool some areas all the way down to 66 overnight. 930 on WTOP. This is WTOP news. Everything you need, every time you listen. The WTOP producers desk

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