September to show off why it’s considered one of the nicest months in Washington.
Temperatures approach 90 tomorrow.
The administration should commit to supporting NOAA staff and stay out of forecast operations — where Weather Service meteorologists are, and should be treated as, the experts.
Going and gone are yesterday’s clouds and humidity, with sunshine emerging to brighten our moods. But then a burst of warmth surges in tomorrow.
Nice, but fairly hot in the September sun, which still requires the sunscreen.
Not too humid, but fairly hot in the September sun. Remember to take along the sunscreen.
Showers and storms may move through from early-mid evening, but Sunday turns out brighter and warmer.
Humberto is no longer a threat to Florida or the Southeast coast.
A hit-or-miss raindrop is possible either day. It turns hotter again Monday.
Clouds may break at times, as well.
Tropical storm warnings remain in effect for the Northwest Bahamas but storm is expected to track east of Florida.
The email marked an apparent effort to repair damage from an unusual Sept. 6 statement that sided with President Trump rather than agency weather forecasters.
There could be a patch or two of fog overnight.
When skies have been rain-free, radar is seeing big bugs.
Before-and-after imagery also shows how Dorian altered the topography of coastal areas in North Carolina.
While especially spooky, this full moon will be unusually diminutive — a micromoon.
Comfortable 70s feel great compared to yesterday! It's also turning sunnier as the weekend progresses.
Temperatures start around 70, but if the game runs late, you may want a light pullover as temperatures fall.
They were all rated EF-2 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale and left behind significant damage to homes, structures, and tree.
It's the third record high in the past month.
Florida and parts of the Southeast U.S. could as also be impacted by the potential storm between Friday night and early next week.