With Labor Day over, fall is in sight, but heat and humidity this week makes it feel closer to July than pumpkin-flavor-everything season.
Parts of the DC area could see temperatures as much as 15 degrees above normal for late August — which, coupled with humidity, will lead to heat indexes over 100.
The warm weather continues into day six of the D.C. area’s heat wave. Paired with only a slight chance of storms, the forecast makes for good Fourth of July celebrations.
Riders aren’t supposed to bring water on buses or trains but because of the heat wave that is gripping the D.C. region, Metro is temporarily lifting that ban.
The heat continues for a fourth day as the heat index for the D.C. area is set to hit the triple digits on the busiest days of travel for the July 4 holiday.
On the third day of the D.C. region heat wave, the National Weather Service canceled a heat advisory that was set to expire at 8 p.m. But the heat should still be taken seriously. Here’s what you need to know.
The temperature is supposed to be in the 90s but the heat index could top 100 degrees in parts of the D.C. area on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know to beat the heat.
A heat advisory is in effect for the D.C. area as temperatures are expected to reach the 90s and heat index could get up to 105. That could create some dangerous conditions. Here’s what you need to know.
Summer gets ahead of itself, as a heat wave brews in the D.C. area a few days before spring officially says so long.
The pleasant and mild stretch of weather that the area has been experiencing is coming to an end, and in its place is the potential for a heat wave.
The official start to summer is still a week away, but a heat wave will be bringing extreme temperatures to much of our area ahead of that. And if you’re hot, the Humane Rescue Alliance reminds you that your pets will be too.
Temperatures were in the low 90s on Saturday. That heat, along with a cold front just to our north, was the perfect stew for the severe weather that hit parts of the D.C. area.
After 90-degree temperatures returned for the third straight day, cooler weather is expected to roll in for the weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
In theory, it is spring in the D.C. area but the temperatures are making it feel a lot more like summer.
The D.C. area is experiencing a heat wave that doctors want you to take seriously. Here are the signs that point to heat-related illnesses and how to respond to them.
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