14:15 – In Washington, the rainfall exceeds one centimeter, but ends in sight
Washington has added another 0.41 inches of rain in the last hour and the storm total to 1.17 centimeters increased – an impressive amount in three hours. This is now the rainiest day in Washington since July 8, when a historic stream flowed 3.44 inches over the city. Today's rainfall even exceeds the total rainfall of the last 60 days until 16 August.
Only one hour of moderate to heavy rain is expected in the Beltway as the storm bounces off to the northeast. The steady rain has begun to decrease south and southwest of Burke and Chantilly, where spotty, sporadic showers are emerging.
The rain should completely stop in the entire region between 16 and 18 o'clock. from southwest to northeast.
Here are some other precipitates from the WeatherBug network:
13:15. – In the last hour falls half a centimeter of rain!
Washington has recorded 0.52 inches of rain in the last hour, bringing the total storm to 0.76 inches. In other words, in the last hour we have received about as much rain as in the last 8 weeks (since the 24th of August).
The rain continues to fall sharply, but may only last a few hours longer. Radar shows the trailing edge of the steady rains already northeast of Charlottesville, just around Culpeper. However, the storm surges should exceed an inch in many places before the rain subsides.
12:15 pm. – About a quarter of an inch of rain has already fallen.
In the last hour alone, Washington received 0.22 inches of rainfall, increasing the gale to 0.24 inches. It rained on around noon and was to last a few hours. It seems like one centimeter of rain is involved in this event.
11:20 am – Region with moderate to heavy rainfall
The Washington region has not seen such a radar for a long time. It shows a large area of moderate to heavy rain that covers the area and lasts for the next few hours.
The modeling suggests that this rain lasts between 4pm and 6pm. Drop 0.75 to 1.25 inches of rain, which would be the most since the beginning of August.
Here are the predicted rainfall for Washington of various models:
- HRRR: 0.7 inches
- Americans (JRC): 1.0 inches  European Model: 1 to 1.25 inches
- High Resolution NAM: 1.2 inches
- NAM: 1.2 inches
- High Resolution Canadian Model: 1.0 inch
- Canadian Model: 0.9 inches
Below is the National Weather Service's forecast:  Rain forecast for the DC area on Wednesday by the National Meteorological Service.
Original forecast published at 5 o'clock in the morning.
DAILY TODAY OF TODAY.
A somewhat subjective assessment of the weather of the day. on a scale of 0 to 10.
8/10: A lethargic rain late in the morning until late afternoon could slow down the trip home. But we have to give a pretty high rainfall score, which we desperately need.
Today: Cloudy with rain. Highs: Above the 50s to the mid 60s.
Tonight: Early rain, clear skies and light breezes. Lows: 40s.
Tomorrow: Partly sunny, windy. Highs: Upper 50s to low 60s.
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At last we expected some catchy rain this morning and about half an inch to one inch of rain in the afternoon. This will not eradicate our rainfall deficit, which has been nearly 5 inches below normal since September 1st. But it's a start. Tomorrow in the weekends, dry weather returns with gradual warming and possibly another splash of rain until late Sunday or Monday.
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Today (Wednesday): While a low pressure develops along an approaching cold front, there is finally solid rainfall. The rain penetrates from west and southwest around 8 to 11 clock in the area. Rainfall is moderate to strong, sometimes late morning to afternoon, before dropping west to east around 5 to 7pm. The cloudy sky limits temperatures in the upper 50s to the mid-60s. The wind blows slightly from south-southeast direction, before coming up in the evening from west and northwest direction. Confidence : Mid-High
Tonight: The remaining rain was due to leave the east at 19.00. or so. This leaves us with clear skies tonight and overnight when the wind blows from the northwest, at 15-20 miles per hour, and gusts near 35 miles per hour. The evening temperatures fall in the 50s with night depths in the 40s. Trust: Mid High
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Morning (Thursday): Even dry weather returns with a vivacious breeze. The winds blow from the west at a speed of 15-20 mph and gusts of 35 mph. The cool breeze helps to keep temperatures at bay, with heights in the upper 50s to low 60s in partially sunny skies. Confidence: High
Tomorrow Night: In the evening, the wind lessened somewhat, but a breeze blows into the night from the northwest. The sky is still partly cloudy with lows in the 40s. Confidence: High
A LOOK AHEAD
High pressure builds in Friday and dominates on Saturday . This means a duo of partially to mostly sunny days with Friday highs in the lower to mid 60s and a bit of wind and Saturday highs in the mid to upper 60s with light winds. Confidence: Mid High
Sunday Tendencies slightly warmer with highs in the upper 60s to mid 70s, but we have to watch the chance that some rain from the south approaches later in the day. Confidence: Low-Medium