Both of the tornadoes, spawned by Wednesday's storms, were rated EF-0 on the Enhanced Fujita damage scale.
Sunshine helped send temperatures well into the 60s today. We've got more mild weather tomorrow, but less in the way of sun.
The second coastal storm of the fall is about two days away from spinning up off the Mid-Atlantic coast.
NHC is giving an area of low pressure in the Bay of Campeche a 40 percent chance of developing into at least a tropical depression over the next five days.
September was the warmest such month on record, according to the monthly climate report by NOAA's National Climatic Data Center.
It's official. Sharknado is coming to D.C. in 2015. Yikes.
The weekend's photos aren't all about the changing leaves -- a fantastic sunset was captured on Friday and Saturday night, and we even have a bald eagle!
After one of the coldest mornings of the fall thus far, today turns out quite pleasant in the end. A meandering midweek low promises more of those gray skies we've been so accustomed to lately.
The advisory runs from 2 a.m. until 9 a.m. on Monday. Widespread temperatures in the 30s are expected tonight.
A continued breeze adds some bite to the air today, before temperatures sink tonight. Shower chances return Monday night into Wednesday.