Showers and storms are possible overnight in the 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. timeframe.
Summer came back with muggy gusto today.
An omega block is setting up over Europe, strengthening a ridge of high pressure that will lead to at least a week of potentially dangerous heat.
Ryan's plane overshot DCA only to curl back around and proceed on a picture perfect descent along the Potomac River.
Like a planetary Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, these two appear to move closer each night, so by June 30 they’re within one-third of a degree.
Study shows fireworks temporarily increase particulate pollution by an average of 42 percent.
More heat, humidity, and nearly daily shower and thunderstorm chances are the easiest ways to describe the next six days.
The work week started on a beautiful note. Humidity and warmth is back tomorrow with a side of storm chances.
The world’s timekeepers have added a leap second June 30 – to officially keep Earth and our precise, atomic clocks in sync.