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    P.M. Update: Mild weather continues into Sunday
    Posted on Saturday January 20, 2018

    P.M. Update: Mild weather continues into Sunday

    Reagan National Airport warmed up to a toasty 63 degrees this afternoon as the entire region enjoyed its first truly warm and pleasant weekend day in quite some time. Cloud cover will knock down the temperatures Sunday, but we will still manage to reach the low to mid 50s, which is always considered a win […]

    D.C.-area forecast: Warmer air wins out this weekend and into next week. Some risk of rain by late Monday.
    Posted on Saturday January 20, 2018

    D.C.-area forecast: Warmer air wins out this weekend and into next week. Some risk of rain by late Monday.

    TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10. 8/10: Quite like Friday but even warmer! Seems like a good day for a long walk, or something like that. EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Mostly sunny. Highs: Mid-50s to near 60. Tonight: Mostly clear. Lows: 30s. Tomorrow: Increasing […]

    PM Update: This weekend is looking quite nice compared to what we’ve seen lately
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    PM Update: This weekend is looking quite nice compared to what we've seen lately

    Temperatures near 50 this afternoon helped get our thaw further underway. It might still take a while on area lakes and such, but given expectations of warmer-than-normal weather continuing through the weekend and into next week, ice is on borrowed time around these parts. Listen to the latest forecast: Get our daily forecasts on your Amazon […]

    60-foot waves came crashing toward the Oregon shore Thursday
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    The National Weather Service saw the waves coming Wednesday night. A buoy 85 miles off the Pacific coast was signaling wave heights of 37 feet. “Expect 35-foot seas near the coast around 3 a.m.,” the Weather Service in Portland, Ore., tweeted late that night. Three hours later, the waves arrived — and they kept growing. […]

    Wicked-strong storm beats the Netherlands with 90-mph wind gusts
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    Wicked-strong storm beats the Netherlands with 90-mph wind gusts

    A powerful storm with extreme winds blew in from the North Sea this week. It slammed into the Netherlands, tearing off roofs, toppling trees and prompting flight cancellations and havoc at the airports. The storm flipped trucks and rail service was suspended. Then it moved on to Germany, where authorities declared it the worst storm since 2007. […]

    These ‘ice pillars’ make it look as if a Canadian town is being abducted by aliens
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    These 'ice pillars' make it look as if a Canadian town is being abducted by aliens

    Beam me up, Scotty! This photo of light pillars is positively, absolutely jaw-dropping. We see such shots every winter when there’s a cold air outbreak, but these photos taken over Ontario, Canada, are some of the most stunning we’ve seen. Photographer Ray Majoran agrees. “In all my years of photography, I’ve never seen anything like it,” Majoran said. […]

    D.C.-area forecast: Mild to occasionally warm, through early next week
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    D.C.-area forecast: Mild to occasionally warm, through early next week

    TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10. 8/10: Nix the thermal underwear, finally? A mild, sunny Friday! Hope you’re ready to thaw like I am! EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Sunny, light breeze. Highs: Near 50 to low 50s. Tonight: Mostly clear, dying breezes. Lows: Mid-20s […]

    PM Update: Not quite as cold tonight as it has been, then a mild and beautiful Friday
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    PM Update: Not quite as cold tonight as it has been, then a mild and beautiful Friday

    Temperatures mostly in the low and mid-40s this afternoon were close to normal and as cool as they’ll be during the day for a while. Given all the cold weather recently, I am sure many will be glad to hear that! First, however, we’ve got a seasonably chilly night ahead, although less wind goes a […]

    Mid-Atlantic ski areas in fine shape after cold and fresh snow, but unwelcome warming on the way
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Mid-Atlantic ski areas in fine shape after cold and fresh snow, but unwelcome warming on the way

    Snow conditions have stayed remarkably good at Mid-Atlantic ski areas, even after an onslaught of rain and temperatures in the 60s chewed away sizable portions of bases last Thursday and Friday. The melt was halted in its tracks when another Arctic front descended from the north on Saturday and dropped the temperature over 40 degrees in a day […]

    Car spins out in background of live report about Atlanta snow, because Atlanta
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    They knew it was going to be a disaster. Roads would be impassible for days. Schools and businesses would have to shutter their doors. The governor declared a state of emergency, paving the way for federal dollars to help them emerge from the storm. Indeed — 1 to 3 inches of snow was going to fall […]

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