Some of us may find today disagreeably chilly thanks to the stiff northwest breeze but milder, more tranquil weather is right around the corner.
Widely scattered showers are possible this evening before gradual clearing. Sunshine returns Wednesday, but there's a chilly breeze.
The bluebell is a native perennial plant that can grow up to 2.5 feet tall and blooms in the spring, before the canopy of leaves from the trees above blocks out the sun light.
Whether in the form of a pale blue dot, or vibrant shades of greens, blues, and earthen-browns, space instruments provide us with wondrous views of our planet.
The polar vortex, for all the suffering it caused this winter, has brought about a major societal benefit: record-setting low tornado activity.
Unfortunately, for the balance of this week, the warmest weather coincides with the days with the highest rain chances
Outside chance of lingering shower early, but main issue is breezy/windy conditions with falling temperatures (bring a jacket!)
It was a magnificent spring day, as long as pollen doesn't have you sneezing too much. We warm up tomorrow, but a cold front promises a rain threat by afternoon and evening.
Although the cherry blossoms are the most well known aspect of spring in Washington, they are really only the start of the colorful season. The city is now blooming all over.
Tornadoes happen every year, but are some places more prone than others? While it seems that way, we should keep in mind they can strike anywhere in the area.