The Weather Service has declared a ‘high risk’ for an outbreak of severe storms for the first time in two years.
The Hurricane Center is monitoring a disturbance between the Bahamas and Bermuda which could earn the name Andrea this week.
Most days hit the summery 80s but Tuesday and Wednesday feature more springlike 70s.
Monday is another hot one, with a slightly better chance than today of storms developing closer to D.C.
Too bad most pools don't open until next weekend.
Definitely a summer-like feel to Sunday night baseball.
It might be time to open up those pools a bit earlier than normal, as temperatures push close to the 90 degree mark on Sunday.
Enormous hail, destructive winds, and potentially strong tornadoes could target parts of Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas.
The unofficial start of summer isn’t until next weekend, but Mother Nature is ready to crank up the heat and humidity by tomorrow.
Overall a very pleasant evening at the ballpark, with just a slight chance of an early shower.
Some true summer like weather invades the area this weekend.
Ski resorts are ecstatic over the late-season snowfall, which will extend the season until July in some areas.
The International Space Station will also pass through the sky
Temperatures should average above normal for the next two weeks, frequently hitting the 80s.
Temperatures in the 80s and some mugginess through Monday. Around 90 on Sunday?
70s to around 80 would be very comfortable, if it weren't for the mugginess potential.
Four seasons of weather and some of their most acute extremes are likely to divide the nation next week.
The sun should eventually come out on Friday, but it will be noticeably warmer and more humid.
The menacing, wicked clouds swept through Madison just after 8:30 a.m. local time.
An optimal configuration of weather systems is the primary cause of the excess rain. But climate change has likely offered an assist.
Spring’s finest weather is on display today, but summer makes a guest appearance this weekend.