It might be a rainy evening for some, but Wednesday is looking dry and sunny.
Most storms have passed through the region, but an isolated or shower storm could linger through 9 or 10 p.m.
Appoint a meteorologist to monitor conditions and communicate threats. Develop a safety plan.
Washington, D.C., has been in a slow-boil since late May.
Quite frankly, these are some of the most awesome undulatus asperitas clouds we've ever seen.
You may well have been rudely awakened you if you live anywhere between Winchester and Baltimore.
A chance of showers and storms today, especially south and east of the city. Bigger rains and cooler temps arrive Friday.
Thundershowers seem likely to stay south of the park but we can't rule out the rain.
We've now tallied up about a full year's worth of 90-degree days in the city. A cold front is set to bring a little relief.
With wind speeds of 180 mph, Soudelor is the strongest tropical cyclone yet in 2015 -- and getting stronger.