We’ve witnessed supercells - those big beastly rotating thunderstorms - every day, six tornadoes, and tons of other amazing sights.
Today and tomorrow are quite delightful. Heat and humidity really begin climbing on Memorial Day, then likely persist a while.
You can’t ask for much more when it comes to baseball weather.
Today was a beauty. Tomorrow’s looking much less nice. Potentially raw and rainy is the story there.
D.C. got its second 90-degree day of 2015 today. A front moving toward us delivers more rain into tonight, and it’s still pretty hot tomorrow.
Storms Saturday evening brought heavy rain with a threat of flooding and lightning.
We’ve only seen three days with temperatures below normal so far this month.
Skies clear and winds subside as we get through sunset. A light coat may be necessary tonight, but it’s looking stellar tomorrow.
Not too much rain fell today, but keep an umbrella around into tonight just in case. We may flirt with 90 on Tuesday!