This weekend's half warm and half cool. It's rather cloudy throughout.
Dulles hit 68 degrees, two degrees short of the record for the date.
On Thursday, it became the latest category 4 storm ever observed in the western hemisphere.
The photos captured by readers are spectacular.
The month of November is the deadliest month for the Great Lakes.
One more unseasonably nice day before clouds, cooler temperatures, and some raindrops begin to invade.
Put the sweaters back in the closet and enjoy a mild walk outdoors after the feast.
Get your comfy pants ready and don't plan on bundling up much.
Freezing rain and flash flooding are among the potential impacts from this storm, which is expected to start on Thanksgiving and last into the weekend.
Hill predicts just 8-12 inches for the winter.