A waterspout was spotted near the Bay Bridge in Maryland on Saturday. “Waterspouts tend to look menacing but are usually very weak if they make landfall,” WTOP’s Dave Dildine said.
Relief from the brutally oppressive heat could come to the region in the form of storms on Friday, some of which could be severe. Here’s what you need to know.
The weather won’t interfere for the most part for anyone who does have to work during the first workweek of July, which is abbreviated.
D.C. should stay dry during the parade and evening fireworks. At the beaches, expect sunshine and dry conditions, with a slight chance of some pop-up storms and showers.
An EF-0 tornado that touched down in the Northwood Park neighborhood of Silver Spring Monday afternoon left a number of people displaced and caused considerable damage in its wake.
While colder than normal weather has settled into parts of the western United States, the better part of the eastern United States is in the middle of what will be the first heat wave of the summer.
Meteorologist Matt Ritter says this week’s rain will help the region’s drought problem, which has seen drastic improvements in the past month.
Some of the high temperatures the next few days could be record highs, and some of those go way back in the D.C. area.
The first day of May will be unusually very warm, but the rest of the week will have much more reasonable, seasonable temperatures.
Batten down the hatches. High winds and wet weather are poised to soak the D.C. area this morning. Gusts exceeding 60 mph are possible.
Severe thunderstorms, gusty winds and hail tore through the D.C. area Thursday afternoon, briefly prompting a tornado warning in the northwest suburbs. See photos.
Coming off a weekend that involved being on both sides of a frontal boundary, this week also brings a mix of warmer and cooler weather with chances of rain.
Spring greets the new workweek, bringing milder weather but also some chills midweek.
The day after a late-season winter storm coated sidewalks and some streets in a messy layer of snow and slush, the D.C. area is a bracing for a dayslong deep freeze that could set records for mid-March.
The worst of the wintry precipitation is over, but chilly temperatures could mean treacherous driving conditions and even windchills in the single digits. There’s also a small chance of a few snow showers. Several counties have canceled school. Others are on a two-hour delay.