On spring's first full day, we'll enjoy some sunshine and temperatures close to where they're supposed to be.
Highs in the 50s and even low 60s on Saturday will help melt any snow we accumulated today.
For the first time in 45 years, the NWS has yet to issue a single severe thunderstorm or tornado watch this deep into March.
Both versions of the Google Doodle are lovely and cheerful, but Europe's is pretty awesome.
The rain-snow line cut right through the heart of the D.C. metro region, resulting in an event with widely varying snowfall totals Friday morning.
It was visible in at least partial form from northern Africa to the North Atlantic. It reached the point of greatest eclipse at 4:45 a.m. ET.
The spring equinox occurs today at 6:45 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
Our morning snow blitz promises a messy commute, and a coating to several inches of snow across the area.
Thursday's was the kind of weather we'd prefer to see on the spring equinox, but alas -- it's March, which can never seem to make up its mind.
Some students in the greater region may get another day off or a delay due to snow forecast to coincide with the morning commute Friday.