It's a chilly one tonight and it'll remain cool Tuesday. A change from much of April.
A “severe” solar storm triggered the outburst of auroras. Even California, Arizona, Arkansas and Virginia reported sightings.
Every day this week may end up cooler than average.
The D.C. region’s dry pattern is returning as our rain deficit, reduced only slightly by Saturday's storm, remains.
Can't rule out a quick shower later today, and then a chance of showers later on Wednesday, as temperatures run a bit below average through much of the week.
A bit sunnier tomorrow with breezes returning again during the afternoon
About a half inch of rain fell many spots locally. Sporadic wind damage and power outages have been reported.
It was another day of upper 80s to near 90. A cold front puts an end to the warmth with widespread showers and storms late tomorrow.
The lack of rain has allowed pollen counts to soar.
Washington needs to reach at least 89 to get a record high today. Rain and storms tomorrow afternoon may be strong and bring needed downpours.
It was mid- and upper 80s today in most spots. We might touch 90 tomorrow.
Clear skies dominate through the rest of the work week. Temperatures could tickle 90 both today and tomorrow.
Enjoy the nice evening. It’ll be feeling more like summer Thursday, but humidity will remain low.
Tree pollen in the D.C. region has spiked way above average not once but twice, in February and April. A lack of much winter is probably part of the cause.
We need the rain and could get some this weekend.
Most spots end up in the 40s tonight. Tomorrow's like today, but with much less wind.
Our current taste of spring is kicked to the curb by the return of summery heat starting Thursday. Rain chances hold off until the weekend.
Sunny and highs in the 60s tomorrow. But low humidity, dry fuels and high winds enhance a fire risk.
The region has seen temperatures running about 5 to 6 degrees above normal. History suggests it could last through the year.
Breezy through tomorrow, then back into the 80s by Thursday.
Monday is cooler with drier air blowing in, sometimes gustily.
A frontal boundary could produce a few showers and thunderstorms tonight.
Limited severe storm threat again late tomorrow into tomorrow night.
There could be a few rounds of showers or storms. None last too long.
Occasional showers and a storm are possible tonight and through Saturday. Sunday should be sunnier.