Record highs are threatened today but a cold rain may change to heavy, wet snow on Wednesday.
Odds of a big coastal storm bringing the risk of heavy rain and snow to the Northeast just before Thanksgiving have grown, but there are still many questions to be answered.
The warming trend continues with 70s by tomorrow. But really most eyes are on Wednesday, when a poorly timed storm might complicate the travel day before Thanksgiving.
A major storm is possible on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, which could bring substantial rain and/or snow.
Today we begin the climb out of early-season winter chill. The next few days are quite comfortable compared to what we dealt with this past week.
Wind chills stayed well below freezing for most of the day across the D.C. area.
Bay effect snow doesn't occur in D.C. but can and does sometimes occur in southeast Virginia. The reason is simple geography.
Seven feet of snow will become a different kind of threat in the form of flooding early next week.
The incredible symmetry and sharp boundaries of the event, and the stubborn persistence of the factors contributing to its severity have turned this week's lake effect snow storm into one for the ages.
Mid-winter cold, late spring warmth, and snow are all possibilities over the next week.