Gusty northwest winds and temperatures in the 40s will keep a chill in the air.
Blustery again tomorrow but then a milder trend into midweek.
A few early-morning snowflakes won't last, as sunshine and temperatures in the 50s return for Sunday.
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Anything that falls is of the "conversational variety." Sunday's likely the nicer day of the weekend.
Major fires did not develop from the Santa Ana wind event, despite concerns
Winds drop off a bit compared to today, but it's still biting at times.
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Heavy rains may lead to addittional flooding this weekend and around Tuesday next week
Below-average chill into next week may be interrupted slightly with mildness Sunday.
It stays chilly into early next week
We've got well-placed pleasant conditions on tap for the holiday.
In many places, the climbing temperatures make Thanksgiving feel like it’s occurring two or three weeks earlier.
Given the threat, Southern California utilities are considering cutting power to nearly 200,000 customers to prevent their equipment from sparking a wildfire.
Still a chill today, but thankfully we keep the sun and lose the wind. Might we see the season's first flakes later this week or weekend?
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Winds slacken into the night. Temperatures are near 50 tomorrow.
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Some places could see 10 to 20 inches of rain by next week; western Washington to also see heavy precipitation.
This year’s activity over Greenland has many researchers concerned for a not-too-distant future.
There’s a brief burst of milder weather on Thanksgiving before colder air returns on Black Friday.
Not a single Category 3 or higher storm has roamed the tropical oceans since Sept. 25.
Tonight the District will make another attempt to reach its official first freeze. Temperatures will struggle to hit 45 or so tomorrow.
You have until Nov. 30 to enter your prediction for how much snow will fall at Reagan National Airport.
The city has been in a warm, dry pattern that also makes the area ripe for wildfires.