A weather station at Washington National/Reagan Airport, one of 64 Automated Surface Observing Systems (ASOS) in the U.S. that records official temperatures for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), might not be accurate. Read More
The drizzle that brought umbrellas out once again seems to be over and the sun should be spending a good deal of its time out from behind the clouds for the rest of the week, with typical mid-May weather.
And the early prognostication for Sunday — when the streets of San Francisco will be filled with costumed runners for the annual ING Bay to Breakers — is partly cloudy. Read More
The D.C. area is bracing for another major winter storm Tuesday that could dump more than a foot of fresh powder on a region struggling to recover from the crippling blast of snow that barreled through three days ago.
The National Weather Service has the entire D.C. metro area, from Prince William County north, under a winter storm warning for 10 to 20 inches of snow. Forecasters have had their eyes on this storm for days, but the projected snow totals were bumped up late Monday. Read More
Thursday is looking like the light at the end of The City’s recent chaotic weather tunnel, when skies should be clear and temperatures will get back into the upper 50s.But until then, keep the umbrellas and an extra pair of socks handy because not much is expected to change.Last weekend, The City saw close to 2 inches of rain, with temperatures reaching lows of 38 degrees and random patches of wind gusts of up to 45 mph. Read More