Strongest of the gusts around the Beltway expected between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.
More than 60 tornadoes were reported over 7 states and there are troublesome signs of more severe weather to come.
The struggling cherry tree attracted crowds last week and has inspired many with its reslience.
Showers and maybe some storms focus early and late day. Winds peak this afternoon and evening.
Tornado watches are in effect for over 28 million people from around Chicago to the east of Dallas.
A “large and destructive tornado” was confirmed in Little Rock on Friday afternoon as a dangerous outbreak of severe weather, including strong tornadoes, develops across the central United States and the Mississippi Valley.
It shouldn't be too wet this evening. Avoiding wind will be difficult through Saturday.
Scattered to widespread power outages are possible and there’s also a chance of a few severe storms.
As tornado season enters full swing, here's what to know about how tornadoes form, the difference between watches and warnings and safety protocols.
Any showers before sunset today try to remain light and brief. A bit wetter this evening and tomorrow morning.
The storm set to produce severe weather in the central U.S. is about to deliver us lots of warmth and wind.
Highs today struggle to top the low 50s.
A front passes late tonight and sends temperatures into the 30s. It will be sunny but cool on Thursday.
Temperatures will fluctuate quite a bit the next several days, ranging from the 50s to at least well into the 70s.
Temperatures remain seasonable and any rain is quite minor.
70s are possible on Friday and a shot at 80 by Saturday.
Any last few showers end this evening as a cold front sweeps the region clear.
Fire departments across Maryland, Virginia and D.C. received several calls from people reporting something burning.
The middle of the week is sunny but on the cool side of normal.
Sunday has been a great cherry blossom viewing day before a cooler and cloudier Monday.
The twisters' terrible toll can be linked to their utter ferocity, the vulnerability of the region they struck and for sweeping through at night, when it was difficult to see them coming.
After a cloudy, damp and chilly Saturday, we’re back to spring today.
Cloudiest and coolest conditions are hanging on between I-81 and I-95
Many people are confused about severe thunderstorm warnings, but still take the right actions
Today's mild weather doesn't arrive until the afternoon. Tomorrow's a winner from start to finish.