A pleasant evening for most. Those who saw slow-moving showers, more of what we've been used to seeing lately. Raindrops may be around at times tomorrow.
Skywatchers around the world were dazzled by the planetary conjunction -- one of the highlights of this year's astronomy calendar.
I made the trip to Kill Devil Hills this week despite the recent news of shark attacks. The views made it worth it.
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.
There are really only two ways to describe the month we just had in Washington, D.C. -- hot and stormy.
In july's opening moments, the most violent complex of the storms since the June 2012 derecho blasted the D.C. area
There's no big heat in store as we head toward the Fourth. But we can't shake the daily shower and storm risk.
Storms will produce extremely heavy rain, lightning and strong winds.
Summer came back with muggy gusto today.
Ryan's plane overshot DCA only to curl back around and proceed on a picture perfect descent along the Potomac River.