An area of low pressure and strong upper-level disturbance (vorticity max) may deliver some much needed rainfall across the Washington Region late next week. The image above (courtesy Tropical Tidbits) … Continue reading The DC Region Needs Rain… Potential Increasing Late Next Week.
World War II Memorial, Washington, D.C. photo credit Steady rain should begin to taper off during the Wednesday morning rush hour with some peaks of sun breaking through the clouds … Continue reading Strong Thunderstorms Possible Thursday Afternoon
The latest HRRR (High Resolution Rapid Refresh) model shows light rain developing into a steadier rain during the day today with the potential for a break in the action this … Continue reading A Closer Look at this Evening’s Window of Opportunity for Fireworks
Sunday: Numerous showers and thunderstorms are likely Sunday afternoon with upwards of 1 to 2″ (locally 3″) possible in locations that receive the heaviest thunderstorms. Memorial Day: Expect some sunshine … Continue reading Threat of Heavy Rain Increases Sunday Afternoon & Evening