D.C.-area forecast: More Sunday sogginess before late-day drying; brighter and mild heading into midweek http://wapo.st/2CjbsSY
PM Update: Showers and fog return this evening and overnight http://wapo.st/2Cif7QO
Nap, please? Fog, clouds, dampness...😴 Check out Mark Andre's great Capitol shot from this morning. Upload your photos to our Flickr anytime. We feature them in our forecasts! https://www.flickr.com/…/25584695077/in/pool-capitalweather/
D.C.-area forecast: Temperatures rise through Sunday as it remains cloudy with occasional showers http://wapo.st/2BPk9mP
PM Update: Drizzle and some fog around tonight, then warmer this weekend with more showers at times http://wapo.st/2BMBj4z
Flash flooding will be a problem in these areas through Saturday night. Stay safe, and don't drive into flood water!
This is incredible. The temperature averaged over the ENTIRE Arctic north of 80 degrees is now over 35 degrees (20 Celsius) above normal - and the highest ever recorded in February.
See our related story from the other day: http://wapo.st/2EL6VGr
Image courtesy Zack Labe, University of California-Irvine
This is leading the news in parts of Europe. Coldest weather in years expected in parts.
Here's something bright and colorful to provide some cheer on this gray, miserable day.
D.C.-area forecast: Clouds control the weekend, along with periodic dampness and breezes http://wapo.st/2BJFEFQ
Poor ski areas! We wish the news was better. If they can survive the next week, things might improve in early March...
PM Update: Drizzle and occasional showers through Friday, with a focus on this evening http://wapo.st/2CdOcFN