October usually brings the first freeze of the season to most of the area. Not this year. How weird is that and when is it coming?
Fall color has ramped up markedly over the past two weeks as peak foliage season nears in the city.
We managed a decent start to the day, especially D.C. and east, before some nuisance showers meandered through. A lengthy cool down starts now.
A cold front to our west holds off long enough to really pump up the warmth on Tuesday. Could some spots flirt with 80?
The slow-moving nor’easter kept us wet today. It’s going to finally depart tonight, but windy impacts linger into tomorrow.
It’s a cool and gloomy one, but with some luck it won’t be wet throughout. Winds whip though. Nicer weather is right around the corner.
Two weak tornadoes touched down near the city on October 15. It was an atypical event for this time of year locally, but not unheard of.
Sunshine helped send temperatures well into the 60s today. We’ve got more mild weather tomorrow, but less in the way of sun.
After a very cold start, today will move into quite pleasant territory.
The advisory runs from 2 a.m. until 9 a.m. on Monday. Widespread temperatures in the 30s are expected tonight.