Remnants of Hurricane Ian mean a prolonged rain event in Washington area
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Via Tonight: Rain will spread to the area from the south. Occasionally moderate to severe at night. Low temperatures will be mostly in the mid-50s and mid-50s. You may notice an increase in humidity as Ian’s remnants get closer, but this will be a pristine ‘stuffy’. Winds will remain strong, blowing about 10 to 15 mph from the north/northeast, with gusts up to 35 mph. An inch of rain, give or take a quarter of an inch or so, seems likely.
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Tomorrow (Saturday): After a night of rain, we may fall into peace. Even so, it will likely remain on the wet side with some drizzle and the occasional shower or storm. More combined rain waves are possible in the afternoon or afternoon, especially in the west. The high will be in the mid to mid 60s. Winds will be blowing from the northeast around 10 to 15 mph, with gusts approaching 25 mph.
Sunday: Chances of rain will rise again as Ian’s remnant core moves into the region from the west. The remnants are slowly meandering, so it will likely remain showers throughout the day and night. Rain may be more stable than Saturday, but mostly sunny. The maximum temperature will be around 60 to 60 degrees Celsius. Winds will be around 10 to 15 mph, with winds in excess of 25 mph.
Total rainfall could be as high as about three inches by the end of the storm.
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Poll Update: Mold spores are low/moderate. Tree, grass and weed pollen is low.
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