Winter storm watches have been posted for parts of the area from noon Saturday until noon Sunday ahead of the first snowstorm the D.C. area has seen since November. Potential accumulation is looking to be around 4 to 7 inches for most of the area. WTOP has the info you need.
If you’re one of the many Americans traveling for Thanksgiving this week, you’re in luck, at least in terms of weather.
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.
The D.C. region sees some changes in humidity levels this week, as well as a break from strong and severe thunderstorms.
This week, there is some more dangerous heat breaking out over the D.C. region, starting Wednesday and continuing all through the weekend.
Although it has certainly felt like it’s already here, summer officially arrives this week.
The first day of May will be unusually very warm, but the rest of the week will have much more reasonable, seasonable temperatures.
It’s hard to believe that after two days that felt like May, we are talking about snow on the horizon, but that is the case in the WTOP area. Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts explains what’s coming and when it will arrive.
Will rain cut into the Orioles game Monday night? Rain bands are expected to taper off, but it’s unclear whether it will happen in time for the first pitch.
July is historically the hottest month in the D.C. area. After a fairly cool Fourth of July weekend, the heat is finally on. Storm Team 4’s Lauryn Ricketts explains what’s going on and how long it will last.
Temperatures will be hot enough, but we will also have much more humidity than we had over the weekend, courtesy of a center of high pressure heading out to sea.
In the D.C. area, Monday morning will start with frost concerns before temperatures rise later in the day.
Friday may feel like April, but by the end of the weekend it will feel more like the beginning of March — and temperatures look to be cooler than average for the rest of the month.
For a couple of days at least, some record highs will be challenged or broken.
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