Major storms will stay away, and temperatures will remain close to average around Washington DC through Monday.
Good travel weather is in store around DC, compared to last Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperatures are forecast to rise into the lower 50s on Monday. After RealFeel® temperatures in the 20s, it will feel much warmer for some folks spending considerable time outdoors.
Winds will remain light throughout the District on Monday.
By Monday night and Tuesday, a storm system strengthening offshore may kick up winds and could lead to flight delays in parts of the Northeast region, mainly along coastal locations.
Rain chances will return to the entire mid-Atlantic by Thursday.
A spike in severe thunderstorms, capable of producing tornadoes, will follow a slow start to severe weather season in 2014.
A storm system will bring snow and ice to parts of the mid-Atlantic and the South through Monday.
After a chilly weekend, a milder week is ahead for the Cleveland area.
Rainy weather is expected midweek for the Detroit area.
After a chilly start to the week, temperatures will climb in the coming days across the Dallas area.
No rain is in sight for Southern California this week. Sunshine and mild weather will prevail.
Columbus, GA (1990)
Rainfall of 7.22".
Boston, MA (1776)
Evacuation Day; the British, frustrated by southerly gales in previous attempt to dislodge Americans on Dorchester Heights, left port.
Memphis, TN (1892)
Heaviest snowstorm on record (see Mar. 21 Almanac) snow began falling at 2:30 p.m. on the 16th - ended at 9:00 a.m. on the 17th, with a total of 18.0". This had been preceded by a 1/2" snowfall on the 15th for a three day total of 18.5". Riddleton, TN received 26.3".