Moisture from Hurricane Florence rotated back into the Atlantic and is taking aim at the East Coast again.
The month is doing more than its fair share to put 2018 in the running for Washington's wettest year on record.
The payoff is that we should start to dry out by next weekend.
The steady light rain is likely to have ended, but some drizzle is likely and perhaps some light showers.
The first few days of autumn are going to be quite wet and cool.
Today won’t exactly be the ideal first full day of fall many of us were hoping for, as outdoor plans take a hit.
Bring a poncho to this one.
Steady rain in the morning may lighten to showers or drizzle during the afternoon, but by then the damage may have already been done.
Tomorrow will not be the best day for outdoor activities.
If you've got outdoor things to do, today is your day.
There's not much to worry about here.
It should stay mostly dry through Saturday, although clearer skies are limited.
This is a full moon that likes to linger low in the sky.
The fall equinox arrives Saturday evening at 9:54 p.m. Eastern.
If it struck today, the damage would be unimaginable.
After a few drier days, rain is back by Sunday. That risk lasts into next week.
Just a slight chance of an errant raindrop.
Conditions remain fairly pleasant as we end the work week.
Entire communities, including housing developments, shopping centers, farms, forests and roads, are engulfed by water.
Storm Bronagh is on the way in the wake of Storm Ali, and there might be more on its heels.
From Southern California to northern Maine, unusually warm nights have set this summer apart, piling up in record numbers.