The warm weather pattern in Washington, D.C., will peak on Sunday and Monday but will feature several days of ideal outdoor conditions.
Highs are forecast to be in the 70s through Saturday. Highs Sunday and Monday are forecast to be close to 80 F.
While a shower or thunderstorm is expected on Friday, the best chance for a period of steady rain lasting a few hours will be Friday night.
Saturday and Sunday will feature dry weather with sunshine and a few clouds.
A balmy breeze is forecast on Monday with enough sunshine to drive temperatures to near 80 degrees. For much of the East, Monday will be the warmest day since early October.
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While a mild stretch starts on Sunday in the United Kingdom, brollies and jumpers will be needed as showery spells are also in the forecast.
A storm will track and strengthen over the north-central United States and produce a swath of heavy snow and gusty winds on its northwestern flank.
For Laura Kottlowski, high-alpine skating over expansive sheets of ice among breathtaking scenery is a more freeing form of the sport that ups the cool factor for her.
With four teams left, the NFC and AFC Championship games this weekend will decide who makes it to Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4.
De acuerdo con la Administración Federal de Carreteras más del 70% de las carreteras en los Estados Unidos se encuentran en regiones que reciben un promedio de más de 5 pulgadas de nieve cada año, y casi el 70 por ciento de la población vive, precisamente, en esas regiones.
While cold, snow and ice come with a slew of travel issues, many may be grateful for incoming snow throughout the Rockies late this week.
Snow swept across the southeastern United States on Tuesday and Wednesday, chilling the region and causing widespread road closures and flight delays from southern Texas through North Carolina.