The slopes are becoming a sloppy, muddy mess.
It'll be a wet commute for many, and we won't fully dry out for another day or so.
Is this all just a tease?
The “Greenland Block” coming in early March can produce snowy weather, but it's no guarantee.
We really can't find anything like this in the record books.
This latest temperature spike is another striking indicator of the Arctic's rapidly changing climate.
We’ve already hit our high temperature for the day, so leave your jacket at home at your own peril. It’ll be 30 degrees colder today than yesterday.
Temperatures are close to 30 degrees cooler tomorrow but still a little above normal.
It tied for the second warmest February day ever observed.
The cherry trees around the Tidal Basin aren't as far along as they were at this point last year, but we're seeing signals an early bloom is possible.