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    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 […]

    A gorgeous sunset illuminated the dusting of snow at the Tidal Basin last night
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    A gorgeous sunset illuminated the dusting of snow at the Tidal Basin last night

    The color of the sky suddenly transformed from slate gray to vivid shades of pink and yellow, just moments before sunset. A break in the clouds on the western horizon allowed the sun’s fading light to kiss yet another dusting of snow in Washington. “What a wimpy snowstorm,” I thought as I drove to the Tidal Basin to photograph the snow Wednesday […]

    The 5 most alarming climate events in a near-record warm 2017
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    The 5 most alarming climate events in a near-record warm 2017

    Near-record warmth in 2017 helped fuel extreme weather around the planet that caused catastrophic destruction, human suffering and loss of life. NOAA and NASA both reported Thursday that last year ranked among the three warmest on record. All four of the hottest years on record have occurred in the last four years, government scientists said. […]

    The 10 most incredible photos from a record-breaking year
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    The 10 most incredible photos from a record-breaking year

    2017 was an incredible, devastating year in weather — and now, the second-warmest year on record across the globed, according to NASA. From multiple major hurricanes to an unparalleled wildfire season, the final toll will be thousands of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars. Between these catastrophes, though, were a few glimmers of light […]

    Watch the amazing moment a ‘rare’ meteor burst across the night sky over Michigan
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Thunder and lightning? Some sort of midair explosion? An enemy airstrike? With a rumble that shook the Earth, a bright burst of light illuminated the sky over southeastern Michigan on Tuesday night, leaving locals wondering what in the world had happened. “I went to turn and I noticed a ball of flame coming at an […]

    D.C.-area forecast: A wintry chill today but notably milder and sunny this weekend
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    D.C.-area forecast: A wintry chill today but notably milder and sunny this weekend

    TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10. 4/10: I’m feeling bold proclaiming today the last of the cold — well, for just a week — so, snow lovers, no need to freak. EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Sunny and breezy. Highs: 38-42 Tonight: Mostly clear and calm. Lows: 17-25 […]

    PM Update: Very cold again tonight, but temperatures are near average Thursday as a thaw begins
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    PM Update: Very cold again tonight, but temperatures are near average Thursday as a thaw begins

    It was another frigid one across the area Wednesday, something we’ve gotten used to lately. This should be about it for a while, though. While tonight is also rather bone-chilling, we’ll see the beginning of a warmer pattern taking over as soon as Thursday. Listen to the latest forecast: Get our daily forecasts on your […]

    The number of Southern cities that have more snow than D.C. is embarrassing
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    The number of Southern cities that have more snow than D.C. is embarrassing

    3.1 inches: That’s all the snow Washington has officially mustered this winter, even after some of the most frigid weather in years. For snow lovers, it’s a pathetic total. Cities in the South where snowbirds flock and palm trees sway have witnessed more. Charleston, boasting an average high temperature of 60 in January, has nearly double the […]

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