Shower chances return Thursday into Saturday, but any rain should be scattered and not too heavy.
It will be a little less cold for spring's first night, but many areas still fall below freezing. It will be cloudier but in the 60s on Tuesday.
The National Park Service declared that the cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin reached their penultimate stage of development on March 18, meaning peaking bloom should occur within the next several days.
The 2023 spring equinox arrives Monday, March 20 at 5:24 p.m. ET. During the equinox, the sun’s direct rays cross Earth’s equator into the Northern Hemisphere.
Highs reach the 70s Thursday and Friday.
Breezes finally exit Sunday night. Blue skies Monday make a good day for viewing cherry blossoms.
Beautiful scenes are emerging at the Tidal Basin as cherry blossom buds have reached their “puffy white” stage, and peak bloom appears likely to arrive soon.
A new warming trend starts tomorrow with 70s possible by Thursday and Friday.
Sunday’s our coldest and most wintry-like day of the weekend
As fast-warming winters encourage early blooms, they also risk exposing the trees to damage from cold snaps that remain common into March.
50s today and 40s tomorrow feel colder thanks to wind. Two nights of widespread freeze are on the way.
Minimal concerns this evening for holiday festivities. Blustery conditions are back for the weekend.
60 degrees or higher is in the cards for many today. We cool down with some wind in the coming days.
This warm spell is short-lived compared to what we've seen this year. Warm and breezy ahead of a cold front.
But it turns cold and blustery again over the weekend.
An intensifying nor’easter, unleashing heavy snow, rain and strong winds, clobbering the Northeast.
There are lots of places to see blossoms in the city besides the Tidal Basin and the busy Cherry Blossom Festival. Here are the best spots.
It's been on the cold side for about a week. Tomorrow reminds us spring is around the corner.
Heavy, wet snow pasted large parts of the interior Northeast in what has easily become the biggest winter storm of the season.
Today’s winds are lighter than yesterday, but not by much. Shower chances return Thursday night through Friday night.
Gusts around 45 to 50 mph continue to be possible this evening, only slowly waning through tomorrow.
The heavy wet snow on trees and power lines has contributed to about 250,000 customers without power.
Warmer 60s return on Thursday and Friday, as winds ease.
Winds begin to increase tonight as an offshore low strengthens. They really crank Tuesday, when gusts could reach 50 mph amid temperatures in the 40s.
The buds have already reached “peduncle elongation” and we’ve moved our peak bloom forecast forward: It's now March 19 to 23.