The warmest temperatures of the year are expected to move into the D.C. area as the first days of May arrive. Storm Team 4 meteorologist Sheena Parveen says the high temperatures will edge up daily, hitting a near-record peak on Thursday. Find out how hot it’ll get.
A cold front with a history of causing temperatures to drop by 20 to 30 degrees in less than an hour is headed for the D.C. region Saturday. Here’s what you need to know.
Meteorologist Matt Ritter breaks down the week, starting with a couple of cold fronts that will make way for more comfortable weather.
More rainfall is on the way for the new workweek but without the blocked weather pattern in place anymore, the rainfall is unlikely to be as soaking as last week.
For this work week, disturbances in the jet stream riding along a meandering front will mean several chances for even more beneficial rains.
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