After what feels like a relentless Summer with record heat and humidity across the Eastern Seaboard, there is hope that as we head into November the pattern may flip. The … Continue reading Latest Climate Models Indicate Potential Cool Down across Eastern United States late October into early November
The upper level ridge of high pressure which is responsible for the ongoing heat wave across much of the nation produces sinking air from the upper levels of our atmosphere … Continue reading “Ring of Fire”: Afternoon Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Possible through Sunday; Relief In Sight Next Week!
A steady rain will develop late this afternoon into the evening hours arriving first in Fredericksburg and then moving northward into Washington and Baltimore.
Stunning view of the Yoshino Cherry Blossoms at sunrise on the Tidal Basin, photo by Chris Fukuda After California’s drought busting wet & snowy Winter, record warmth across the eastern two-thirds of the … Continue reading Tim’s Washington DC Area Spring 2017 Forecast