Stunning sunset déjà vu in Washington, D.C. (pictures + time-lapse)

On Monday, we enjoyed a spectacular sunset as clouds retreated along a departing front in the evening sky.  Then, on Tuesday evening, the clouds reversed course and stepped back on stage, producing another unforgettable sunset show.

CWG photographer Kevin Ambrose captured Tuesday’s rousing curtain call performance in time-lapse:

Here are some beautiful images from Capital Weather Gang readers, contributed via our Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr feeds:


Sunset from Ocean City, Md. Tuesday, October 8 (Michael Barry via Facebook)

Sunset in D.C. October (Meagan Brooke via Facebook)

Sunset over Six Flags Amusement Park in Prince George’s County, October 8 (Jenn Wurzbacher via Facebook)

 

 

 

 

Finally, unrelated, but awesome:

Jason is currently the Washington Post’s weather editor. A native Washingtonian, Jason has been a weather enthusiast since age 10.
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