We are going to get some rain, but not from Hurricane Joaquin.
WASHINGTON — Yes, I know it’s July; we do this every summer in D.C. Average temperatures for this time of year should be in the upper 80s; however, for the last two days temperatures have…
UPDATE: 12:35 p.m., Tuesday, June 23 WASHINGTON – The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for most of the listening area beginning at 1 p.m. and lasting through 7 p.m. Tuesday because the…
WASHINGTON — Did you notice the sunrise this morning? Did you notice the sunset Tuesday night? Well, take a look. It might look like the same murky haze you typically see around the sun throughout…
WASHINGTON — It was a little early, but at about 11 p.m. Thursday, the National Hurricane Center declared that we have the first named storm of the season in the Atlantic! I would like to…
UPDATE: April 20, 2015, 10:05 p.m. At 10 p.m. Monday, a Tornado Watch was cancelled for the region. It had previously been in effect until midnight, but only isolated severe storms are anticipated. The main threat…
WASHINGTON — Are you ready for another messy commute? As if Mondays aren’t terrible enough, this upcoming Monday, we’ll have to watch for some areas of freezing rain falling around the region, right in time…
The temperatures will top out at the mid-40s for Thanksgiving day.
How much are you enjoying this taste of spring in November?
Or would you rather keep your winter jackets on with cold air over us?
Don\’t fret, the weather should warm up a little next week.
All along the eastern seaboard, from Florida up to Boston, a moderate to high risk
for rip currents is being forecast.
If you like cloudy, muggy and gloomy weather then this week is
After we burn off some patchy fog in the morning, a cold front will slip through the region on Wednesday and clear the area by late evening.
If you love this summer time heat, don\’t get used to it quite yet. Seasonable May weather will eventually make its return next week.
The D.C. area is no stranger to intense, heavy rain. So how does Wednesday\’s rain and flooding compare to tropical storms, which are common events in the summer and early fall?
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