Temperatures remain comfortably warm today and tomorrow before a more summery feel on Friday.
Nice weather is set to finish off this beautiful month.
We project near-normal temperatures in the region, which is still quite toasty in this climate-change-heated era.
Mostly dry weather through at least Friday with late-week highs in the 80s.
Highs could near 90 by Friday.
PM Update: Increasing showers into tonight, especially south and east of town. A wetter Memorial Day.
We’re tracking low pressure in North Carolina, which dictates our weather this week.
Beach safety experts are expressing frustration as rip current fatalities trend higher despite awareness campaigns and improved forecasts.
Rain chances rise late tonight and into tomorrow with showers and storms possible
Let’s also discuss Memorial Day’s even-higher rain chances
Our wonderful run of weather couldn't last forever. We could use some rain, anyway.
A slow-moving low to our south creeps a little closer in days to come, proving to be a wild card for Memorial Day.
If the month ended today, it would be the second driest May on record for the city. A little bit of rain seems likely to close the month.
Conflicting climate trends cloud outlook, but NOAA leans toward near normal activity.
It probably won't rain a lot locally, but there's still some uncertainty to the weekend forecast.
May keeps throwing us awesome weather days. Another is ahead tomorrow.
The storm will drench the Carolinas but it’s still unclear how much rain will make it into Northern Virginia and Maryland. Meanwhile, the Northeast will enjoy beautiful weather.
It’s still unclear how much, if any, rain will fall.
Breezes kick up for a bit tonight into early Thursday. It's still quite nice though.
Seasonal forecasting is always difficult, but it’s even harder to predict which of the competing influences will win out in the months ahead.
Rain is possible Sunday and Monday but it’s a tricky forecast.
Temperatures spike a bit out ahead of the next cold front. Rain chances are minimal.
The storm system is poorly timed for those with holiday weekend plans, but confidence remains low in the exact location and timing of potential effects.
Highs hold mostly in the 70s through Monday.
We see mainly clear skies, other than some of that high-level wildfire smoke.
A decade has elapsed since the last tornado rated a 5, but it has more to do with luck and storm rating nuances than science.