Don't let our tame summer fool you, more heat and uncomfortable humidity is on the way. Today is a transition day, but still largely passable.
It's going to get muggy this weekend, and a chance of thunderstorms kicks up on Sunday, lasting into Labor Day.
On August 19, an ominous forecast suggested that a massive hurricane would make landfall on the northern Gulf Coast on the anniversary of Katrina's Gulf landfall. That forecast busted big time.
Views of the remarkably different Papua New Guinea and Iceland volcanoes.
Surprisingly, 2014 actually ranks on the upper end of the summer heat spectrum here in D.C. However, it was a different story in Baltimore this summer.
For several days over the last week, the solar wind has breathed into Earth's atmosphere.
Today could be our nicest day of the next five! But, many who flock to the waterways and beaches this weekend may be happy at that summer feel returning.
Friday should be similar to Thursday, though not as breezy. One more day before the heat and humidity creep in for the holiday weekend.
Lightning strikes unexpectedly as a videographer films a peaceful rainbow scene.
Because so much in the atmosphere can change between the summer and late fall, we don't think issuing winter forecasts in the summer is a good idea.