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High pressure will continue to be the main weather feature for the Mid-Atlantic, keeping us hot and dry in most areas over at least the next week.  Weak upper-level energy could bring us a few showers or thunderstorms Friday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons, but no day appears promising for widespread rainfall.  An upper-level trough will push a cold front through the area late Sunday into Monday, but any cooler will be short-lived, as the ridge will quickly redevelop over the region.  It still appears as though we’ll have enough heat, humidity, and resultant instability to see more widespread storms around the 4th of July.

There are currently no significant tropical disturbances in the Atlantic Basin.

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