The Potomac, Rappahannock and Shenandoah rivers have locations under a flood warning through the week or until further notice. Here’s what you need to know.
The remnants of former Hurricane Nate will continue moving up the Appalachian Mountains and bring the area the first soaking rain we’ve had in almost 25 days.
This same dome of high pressure will continue to dominate the weather pattern for the entire week. This will mean some temperature swings, but it also means almost no chance of needed rain until almost Friday.
High pressure that has been keeping it dry and unseasonably warm will remain in control of the weather, but some interactions with Hurricane Maria will bring some caveats.
Though the autumnal equinox is this Friday, it won’t feel like a change of seasons. See what to expect this week and how the approach of Hurricane Jose will impact the weather.
Take a look at Irma’s track as it makes its way north and its impact on this week’s weather.
This week, temperatures will see some ups and downs and there will be a dose of soaking rainfall.
With folks heading out of town toward the beaches or the mountains for the holiday weekend, here’s what to expect with the weather for the upcoming days.
While Tropical Storm Harvey continues to bring catastrophic, life-threatening flooding to Texas in the days ahead, we may have a named tropical low pressure system moving up the eastern seaboard from now through the middle of the week.
There may be some clouds in the D.C. area dotting the sky, but they are not expected to interfere completely with eclipse viewing.
Monday could be muggy with warmer temperatures coming later in the week. Here’s what you need to know about the workweek weather.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will kick off the week, but the middle of the workweek will get more sun.
Monday starts out quite pleasant as the D.C. region heads back to work, but by the end of the week, summer’s humidity returns.
The D.C. region sees some changes in humidity levels this week, as well as a break from strong and severe thunderstorms.
It seems like in the summer, anytime we have a day or two of really nice weather, we have to pay for it with hot and humid weather a few days later. This week is no exception.