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If you've got outdoor things to do, today is your day. [Read More]
Tags: DC-area - bad - rain
By Ian Livingston Ian Livingston Email Bio Follow ... [Read More]
This is a full moon that likes to linger low in the sky. [Read More]
Conditions remain fairly pleasant as we end the work week. [Read More]
From Southern California to northern Maine, unusually warm nights have set this summer apart, piling up in record numbers. [Read More]
Storm Bronagh is on the way in the wake of Storm Ali, and there might be more on its heels. [Read More]
Storm Bronagh is on the way in the wake of Storm Ali, and there might be more on its heels. [Read More]
Wednesday is set to be the clearest, sunniest day the D.C. area has witnessed in about two weeks. That's a really long cloudy streak for... [Read More]
The severe weather risk is down tonight, but downpours and some rumbles remain possible. [Read More]
Air Force Reserve First Lt. Garrett Black was flying in Hurricane Maria when it made landfall. He said seeing the impact in Puerto Rico as... [Read More]
If you want to think about the size of navies, think mostly aggregate tonnage, not numbers of ships. By that measure, for what it's worth,... [Read More]
It turns much cooler this weekend, with highs in the 70s. [Read More]
The nation seemingly cannot catch a break from natural disasters. [Read More]
Flooding is ongoing in the Gulf Coast. More is likely to occur in parts of Arkansas and into the Midwest and Ohio Valley. [Read More]
Every month since May has seen above-normal thunderstorm activity. [Read More]
Tags: Boom - District - seen
It will be more of the same for the next day or so. [Read More]
More abnormally hot weather is coming, too. [Read More]
You might be wondering where September has gone. [Read More]
There will be a gradual increase in temperatures and decrease in rain risks through the holiday weekend. [Read More]
Boston, Burlington, Hartford, Portland and Providence have seen record humidity levels in the summer. [Read More]
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