While we're not facing the rainy brunt of a developing East Coast storm system, it's a damp and dreary day ahead. And get ready for the winds. They're going to whip.
Trick-or-treaters have no weather worries this evening as the rain, wind and unpleasant cold hold off until Saturday.
This Sunday at 2 a.m. ET, November 2, daylight saving time ends. At this moment, we set our clocks back an hour, and enter standard time.
The best and brightest fall color has arrived in Washington, D.C.'s north and west suburbs.
Belichick's recent comments are typical of those ignorant about how accurate meteorologists actually are.
October usually brings the first freeze of the season to most of the area. Not this year. How weird is that and when is it coming?
Ready or not, here comes a cold weekend that includes the potential for some wind-whipped rain tomorrow. First, we've got a cool and probably dry Halloween to get through.
The bulk of Halloween Friday is largely a repeat of today, with maybe a bit more in the way of clouds. How about the all-important trick-or-treat forecast?
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The high energy weather system sets up a snowstorm for the Appalachians, and drives unseasonably cold temperatures and strong winds to the entire East Coast.