Significant smoke concerns are done, although there may be brief increases through the night. It's will be feeling more like June this weekend.
The region was under its first-ever Code Purple alert for particle pollution.
A late day storm chance could partially clean up our air quality. If not, wind out of the west should help.
Smoke blanketed much of the Eastern United States for another day, as people continued to face hazardous and unhealthy air caused by Canada’s wildfires.
Code Purple air quality was observed for the first time on record in the area earlier today. Smoke is slow to dissipate through tomorrow.
Toxic haze from wildfires ravaging Canada has blown into major urban areas. New York, Detroit and Toronto were among the 10 cities with the world's worst air quality.
Climate scientists say El Niño will probably push average global temperatures beyond a record set in 2016.
The smoke from Canadian wildfires should at least lessen somewhat in D.C. area toward the weekend.
Smoke from wildfires raging in Canada drifted into the D.C. region on Wednesday, sending people inside as doctors warn poor air quality could inflame chronic health issues.
Unhealthy air is here for at least another day. Smoke may thicken again tonight into early Thursday.
We remain in a dry and smoky pattern the next few days, with reduced air quality at times.
The smoke, sourced from fires in Quebec, is degrading air quality across the area.
If our skies can't be blue, at least it's still rather comfortable. Air quality will unfortunately be bad at times.
Our mostly nice, low-humidity week continues with limited rain chances.
Major fires in Quebec are delivering another round of smoke to the area. Otherwise, relatively tranquil.
Every day brings sunshine and pleasantly warm weather, with just a slight chance of a shower or storm late Tuesday and Sunday.
Mainly pleasant again tomorrow with just a few clouds and breezes at times.
Rain chances remain very low into midweek.
More detail on our incoming air source, from near the Labrador Sea
Friday heat was a one and done deal as cooler air spills back into the area. A passing shower or storm may move southward along the front this afternoon.
A cold front is on the way from the northeast. It'll bring a chance of a few showers and storms, plus cooler air.
The sky features the full Strawberry Moon on Saturday, while Venus, Mars, Saturn and eventually Jupiter are visible during the month.
Looks like our first day at or above 90 this year. Wildfire smoke and local pollution reduce air quality, as well.
Wildfire smoke is in our skies this evening and tomorrow. The first 90-degree day of 2023 is on the way.
Nearly 90 percent of days produced what we’d call ideal daytime temperatures.