Temperatures dip into the 20s overnight. We're back near 50 tomorrow afternoon.
January is usually the wet season, but wind-whipped wildfires are burning in parts of California.
The noon temperature was 42 degrees as winds gusted to 28 mph. Snow flurries were seen before the swearing-in ceremony.
The display of 191,500 U.S. flags over the National Mall was visible from 250 miles above the surface of Earth.
One of the colder days we’ve had this winter just happens to coincide with Inauguration Day, with a few snow showers possible early this morning.
It's been an easy winter on the East Coast, but that's not guaranteed to continue.
Gusty winds are the main issue into Inauguration Day. Temperatures drop back to near normal as well.
Damaging Santa Ana winds are ramping up across California, with gusts above hurricane force (74 mph) expected. Wildfire risks are "critical" in parts of the state.
No inauguration dealt with as much weather drama as President-elect Kennedy’s.
More sunshine returns today before a cold and windy Inauguration Day. Most days this week should be mainly sunny with near-average temperatures.
An unusual weather pattern is set to bring damaging winds and "critical" fire weather risk to Los Angeles and San Francisco beginning late Monday.
The 2021 presidential inauguration is predicted to be dry but blustery and cold.
It’s not often you’ll see a 7-day forecast in mid-January this quiet.
Tame and seasonable conditions continue for the start of inauguration week.
You’ve heard that a “red sky at morning” foreshadows stormy weather, or that a ring around the moon means rain. But how much are such sayings steeped in science?
Today should be a lot like yesterday, but with more of a breeze. We're slightly cooler tomorrow and even breezier by the afternoon.
Some showers may feature a few snowflakes just as a tease.
It's a bit different in Miami than in Minneapolis
The fire threat is forecast to grow into next week as the wet season has yet to deliver.
Showers pop up in the "warmth" of today. After that, pretty dry through Inauguration Day.
Some ski areas in western Maryland, West Virginia and Southwest Pennsylvania could see more than 6 inches through Monday.
There could be some late-night fog, as well.
Wind advisories and high wind warnings are up in 13 states from the Gulf Coast to Canada.
Much of the Mid-Atlantic was greeted by a fiery blend of yellow, orange and red and a splendid arrangement of textured cloud cover.
A slow cooling trend begins today. It lasts through early next week.