The first arctic blast of the season may impact much of the eastern half of the nation behind a very strong cold front and complex storm system poised to impact … Continue reading Big Changes Coming Next Week
A strong cold front will pass through the Washington Region late tonight bringing a chance of showers beginning during the predawn hours and potentially lasting through the morning rush hour … Continue reading Showers Likely Tonight as Strong Cold Front Ushers in Coldest Air of the Season
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.
Weeping Cherry Blossom, April 6th, 2013, Washington D.C., photo credit Ron Cogswell Get through Thursday and we are well on our way to record warmth across the Mid-Atlantic as we round … Continue reading Medium Range Forecast “More Like May” but April Fools Beware!