Magnificent fall color was seen in September after an abnormally hot and dry summer.
Old Town Alexandria, Annapolis, and Baltimore all saw flooding Saturday, and more is possible Sunday.
Nature teases us today with some flirtatious showers that continue to play hard-to-get. But we do finally have a shot at some significant rain by Wednesday.
We won't be able to shake the clouds this weekend, and tomorrow comes with the added bonus of some scattered showers.
Any showers are few and far between. The best chances are probably Sunday and Sunday night.
Chances of rain are minimal.
Typhoon Hagibis is expected to bring at least 90 mph winds, heavy rain and coastal flooding to the city of 9 million.
The impacts remain unchanged, but the system has organized in a subtropical storm — earning the name Melissa.
Washington’s rainfall since the start of September, 0.27 inches, ranks as the second least on record.
Most days ahead are near or above 70. Sunday may be cooler, as we continue to hope for rain.
The super typhoon has been the equivalent of a major hurricane for 72 hours straight.
A powerful cold front blasted through the Mile High City during the evening hours. It was noticeable.
Even with some extra clouds, conditions remain rather pleasant.
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“Critical” fire-weather conditions prompted the main California electric utility to shut down more power lines on Thursday in a desperate bid to prevent wildfires.
Dip in the jet stream in the middle of the nation is also creating huge temperature swings in the Rockies and Plains.
Five days of deliciously mild weather awaits, and rain chances keep eluding us.
Prime autumn conditions are set to continue.
Blizzard conditions and one to two feet of snow are possible in the hardest-hit areas.
Northern California is the epicenter of the fire threat today. It moves south Thursday.
Rainfall amounts of three to five inches, with localized eight-inch amounts, are possible. Coastal flooding is also a concern.