The storm may form as a strong cold front combines with the remnants of Category 5 Hurricane Willa, about to hit Mexico’s west coast.
Several inches were reported in the high country of West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Lots of sunshine this week and somewhat cooler than normal temperatures.
For the region, temperatures will fall close to the freezing mark, making this the coldest night in the D.C. area since late April.
The bright sun is countered by a gusty chill today, before a warming trend and lighter winds starting tomorrow.
Bright but blustery at game time, before winds diminish during the second half.
A breezy chill as the United look to keep their hot streak going.
Strong winds from the northwest will have some windows rattling overnight. Meanwhile, temperatures will struggle to reach 50 degrees on Sunday.
Highs may struggle for 50 tomorrow. The really chilly stuff won't last long, though.
Other than some raindrops late tonight, it's decent fall conditions until late Saturday when a cold wind will whip up.
Do rainbows have ghosts? If you’ve ever seen a fogbow, then odds are your answer is “yes.”
This year’s delay in fall color is unlike anything in recent memory.
A few inches could fall above 3,000 feet.
As it turns out, you can actually smell the change of seasons.
It's nice today and acceptable tomorrow. Then another round of deeper chill arrives.
It's going to be a cold one before the sun warms us up tomorrow.
Temperatures are predicted to dip into the mid-30s in many locations.
Scientists are unsure whether the blob will remain a fixture or fade away.
El Niño events have boosted precipitation amounts across the South and into the Mid-Atlantic, and sometimes snowfall as well.
The meteor shower will unleash up to 15 to 20 meteors per hour under dark, clear skies.
Frost is not out of the question in colder spots tonight.