Friday is likely to be the last dry day for a while as an “ugly” weather pattern settles over the D.C. region, bringing rain showers and thunderstorms every single day for up to a week.
Tuesday’s rainy weather seeped into the Capitol South Metro station, and travelers took to social media to capture the saturated situation. See video.
Rain is in the forecast for Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday evening, which could wind up causing some problems for the All-Star Game. So what would happen if it rains during the Midsummer Classic? Here’s what you need to know.
If you were gasping for air on Monday, you weren’t imagining things: The air quality in the D.C. metropolitan area hit Code Red for the first time in years.
Tropical storm Beryl disintegrated Sunday as it zipped toward the eastern Caribbean, where forecasters still warned of heavy rains on islands struggling to recover from last year’s deadly hurricanes.
So far in 2018, the region faced destructive flooding in Ellicott City and a damaging wind storm in early March, but there has not been a single tornado yet this year.
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.
Much of the D.C. area was under an Excessive Heat Warning on Tuesday until 8 p.m. It’s the fifth day of a heat wave with highs in the mid-90s, but heat indexes are ranging from 100 to 113 during the afternoon.
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.
Strong thunderstorms are moving into the Northeast Thursday morning before some of the hottest temperatures this year, beginning Friday.
Storm Team 4 meterologist Matt Ritter says that not all areas will see storms, but those that do have the potential to deal with gusty winds and large hail.
Clean up is underway after storms and showers hit the D.C. area and brought flooding to parts of Northern Virginia and no shortage rainbows.
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