There's a good chance the immediate metro area sees a storm or two before drying out overnight. Wednesday is not as humid, but still hot.
While the highest chance for thunderstorms will be west of the D.C. area, still there remains a chance of storms in the District itself through this evening.
WeatherNation is petitioning the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger on grounds it would position The Weather Channel to dominate the industry.
Located in the Bay of Campeche in the southern Gulf of Mexico, the tropical storm is not forecast to impact the U.S. coast, though could bring life-threatening flooding and mudslides to Mexico's mountainous terrain.
Compared to recent years, the summer of 2014 has delighted Washingtonians. Until this week.
Lava from the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland is erupting like a fountain on the Holuhraun lava field, just north of the volcano.
The overall summer result was 0.4F warmer than normal, but it was slightly cooler than last summer and the coolest in five years.
Highs in the upper 80s and 90s through Saturday don't feel like autumn.
Storms are exiting D.C.'s eastern suburbs, leaving vivid rainbows in their wake.
Watch this timelapse view of the explosive growth of a thunderstorm, and appreciate how it's energy is equivalent to a nuclear bomb.