Clouds filled the sky today as a storm continues to spin to our northeast. It moves away tomorrow, setting the stage for a winner.
In a powerful interactive project, one tornado survivor relives the days that changed his life and his town forever.
A storm will either come up the East Coast or drift out to sea later this week. The D.C. area could get drenched or a mere graze.
An intense line of storms blasted through New Orleans with damaging winds and a possible tornado.
The blend of deep blue skies and fair weather cumulus made for the perfect backdrop for flower photography.
Dangerous supercell thunderstorms formed southwest of Dallas-Fort Worth on Sunday evening, which formed at least two tornadoes and massive hail stones.
The coming week has its share of nice days but really takes until the weekend to offer some real warmth.
We're still on the cool side today and tomorrow, but gradually warmer through midweek, with just a couple chances for light showers.
We're stuck in the chill today as clouds thicken and rain odds increase during the afternoon. With some luck, Sunday might end up fairly dry and a little bit warmer.
Technically the temperature got into the low 60s in D.C. today, but a fierce northwest wind added a stiff chill.