A cold front will bring relief from the heat Monday but it will mean a wet commute for millions across the I-95 corridor from D.C. to Maine.
The rainy and stormy weather will march eastward on Monday, and cities up and down the I-95 corridor will have a chance of seeing scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Showers and an isolated thunderstorm will be possible during the morning and early afternoon in the Northeast before the front clears the coast.
While the northern part of the front exists the coast, the southern end will be slow to move over the Gulf Coast.
The chance of on and off downpours will continue in portions of the South for several days, thanks to the slow-moving front and the possibility of a tropical disturbance.
The National Hurricane Center has highlighted an area in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico that is giving around a 20 percent chance of a tropical cyclone development over the next few days.
Meteorologists say the northwestern Gulf is in store for some heavy rainfall even if the disturbance doesn't organize.
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