2017 goes out with a chill, with single-digit temperatures and negative wind chills expected overnight.
Monthly Archives: December 2017
Just 8 degrees is the average low temperature predicted for the lower 48 States on New Year's Day.
Tourists brave the frigid weather to see the stunning sight at Niagara Falls.
A new batch of arctic air sends wind chills toward zero as we approach midnight tonight.
Wind chills will be in the single digits overnight.
Our most recent cold January was 2014, infamous for the polar vortex blast. This January might bring back those memories.
Today's snowflakes come during a brief respite from the deepest cold. But it's back in full force by New Year's Eve.
Our brief warm up to daytime temperatures nearer freezing is accompanied by some flakes. And the slightly milder readings won't last.
A dusting to one inch is the most likely accumulation. Every flake should stick.
While there was no Snowmageddon or derecho, D.C. had plenty of exciting and unusual weather in 2017.