Today was a little cooler than normal, but it's doubtful there were many complaints. We warm up more on Thursday.
As of April 1, California snowpack is a startling 5 percent of normal, by far the lowest on record.
The average number of tornadoes at this point in the season in the U.S. is 226, but this year so far we've only seen 37.
Reagan National Airport officially logged 18.3 inches of snow this winter and, amazingly, five Capital Weather Gang reader predicted it on the nose.
April should deliver considerable spring-time variability, which will give us reprieve from our late-winter cold story.
Last month was the third March in a row that ended colder than normal.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station beamed back to Earth some of the most amazing images of a storm ever witnessed.
The National Weather Service received 170 reports of hail on Tuesday afternoon and evening, 20 of which were reports for hail at least 2 inches in diameter.
On this April Fools' Day, Mother Nature tries to kick spring to the curb once again. By tomorrow and Friday, though, temperatures are solidly spring-like.
A cold front sweeping through the region this evening brings showers and some strong wind gusts. We dry out overnight and Wednesday.