Our unsettled pattern continues through Thursday. Most spots stay dry through tonight.
Resembling alien aircraft, these low-precipitation supercells were quite a sight.
Storm enthusiast, whose van flipped three times, says late May tornado tour was his last.
Lightning scientists mapped this May 30 flash in three dimensions.
Our rinse-and-repeat workweek continues, before we break the cycle Friday and Saturday.
We should get the first game in of this day-night doubleheader. But Game 2 could be a different story.
One of those typical summer nights to keep an eye to the sky and on radar.
Tomorrow is more or less a repeat of today, perhaps not quite as toasty.
The 129 degrees in Mitribah, Kuwait, was deemed the hottest recorded in Asia.
An Australia man captured the elusive undulatus asperatus cloud. It’s as rare to spot as it is tough to pronounce.
Our week of mega-mugginess marches onward.
Scattered showers and storms this evening could deliver some delays.
Damaging winds gusts, in addition to heavy downpours and lightning, are the main hazards of concern.
If there are storms, delays should be short enough for the game to continue under warm and muggy conditions.
The images are beautiful, captivating and terrifying. But more than anything, they're scientific. That's where this project comes in.
Some storms Monday and Tuesday could produce heavy rain, strong winds, and flooding.
Strong storms may develop in the early evening, especially to the north and east of the District.
Welcome to a hotter and more humid regime, with a daily risk of showers and storms.
Not too bad in the shade, but feeling rather warm and humid in the sun.
Summerlike weather will be back in full force on Sunday.
Today's a winner. Tomorrow isn't too bad, either.