This pattern of contrasting extreme weather is happening more frequently as Arctic ice melts and the planet warms.
We won't be seeing 60 degrees again anytime soon.
A cold front will move through overnight, setting up a lengthy change in our weather pattern.
It looks like thick shards of glass.
Now is a good time to reacquaint yourselves with the Capital Weather Gang's tools for predicting snow.
The National Weather Service says this Santa Ana wind event could be the “strongest, longest duration” of the entire season, peaking on Tuesday.
Starting tomorrow, a winter pattern takes hold for at least the next two weeks.
It's remains mild, with patchy fog and drizzle a risk tonight. Rain may affect the Tuesday evening commute as a strong cold front arrives.
But they may not amount to much.
See scenes of the beaming supermoon over some of Washington's best-known landmarks.