As a storm system drifts slowly northward along the Atlantic coast, rain will affect the Washington, D.C., area through Friday with stormy conditions over Delmarva.
Delays are possible at the airports and on the highways, due to rounds of windswept rain, low cloud ceilings and poor visibility in general.
As the storm settles southward along the coast over the weekend, incidents of rain should become less frequent, but clouds and drizzle may hang on.
For folks who have time off and are heading to the beaches, plan on indoor activities as conditions can be stormy into the weekend from the Outer Banks to the Delmarva Peninsula and New Jersey. Windswept rain, rough surf and minor coastal flooding are forecast.
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Winter will start with a bang across parts of northern and western Europe as frequent storms bring disruptive rain and wind.
One of the best meteor showers of the fall will peak on Friday night with over a dozen meteors streaking across the night sky every hour.
There is concern that a tropical cyclone may develop in the Bay of Bengal this week with potential impacts to eastern India, Bangladesh and western Myanmar.
Following weeks of wildfires rampantly spreading throughout California, firefighters may get a leg up on the blazes this week.
As firefighters continue to get the upper hand on the blazes charring Northern California, much-needed rain and cooler air are set to descend over California later this week.
The Memphis Tigers will travel to TDECU Stadium on Thursday night to face the Houston Cougars.
The Kansas City Chiefs will meet the Oakland Raiders at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on Thursday night under comfortable conditions.
While some locations will take days to have power restored and weeks to rebuild all the damage, another storm will target the British Isles with wind and rain later this week.