Our summer outlook was a success. We said the average temperature would be normal to one degree above normal, and it finished 0.4 degrees above normal in D.C.
The same satire Web site that announced Betty White dyed (her hair) last week, now proclaims epic snows will bury the U.S. this winter.
The end of summer is only a few weeks away but it felt like mid-July at sunrise on Saturday morning. With each passing day this week, the sunrise will occur a minute later than the previous day.
Astronomically, the seasons change at the equinoxes and the solstices. However, the meteorological seasons are grouped by months. Why is this?
For the second straight month, forecasters at the National Weather Service have nudged down the likelihood of El Nino event occurring by the winter.
Because so much in the atmosphere can change between the summer and late fall, we don't think issuing winter forecasts in the summer is a good idea.
Looking back on the cold and snowy winter of 2013-2014 through beautiful, black and white photography.
Basically, the opposite of it what the Farmers' Almanac has called for has occurred.
Photos of early fall colors have been traversing the media over the past few weeks, and along with them, the incorrect explanation that cool summer weather is causing an early fall reaction in trees.
Turns out, like an obstinate dog, the would-be El Nino has balked.