Our newfound sunny streak hits its stride this weekend, though tomorrow's blue skies are accompanied by another B-word -- a pesky breeze.
We hold onto the near-perfect temperatures, shed some of the clouds, but can't totally rid ourselves of the wind
Prime fall foliage is closing into Washington,D.C.'s far western suburbs,where beautiful hues of orange,red,and yellow are evident and growing ever-more vibrant.
A parade of storms will bombard the Pacific Northwest with periods of rain and wind. Making a special appearance? The remnants of Tropical Storm Ana.
This week, the National Weather Service and National Park Service, respectively, captured wonderful examples of the sky doing its best impression of the ocean.
We share with you standout images from the D.C. area and other parts of the nation.
Breezy to windy conditions persist today and again on Sunday. But at least temperatures should remain relatively mild.
Clouds will part on Friday and the weekend will stay sunny after that.
Clouds have lingered longer than anticipated this afternoon. The western suburbs have the best chance for eclipse viewing.
A massive sunspot region is staring at the Earth, and frequently hurling out high energy solar flares