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Very Pleasant Weather for the Work Week

Matt Ross @ 12:30 AM


Today will be sunny with highs just below average in the mid 60s. We will see continued sun for the next several days with highs hitting the low 70s on Wednesday and inching toward the 80 degree mark on Thursday. Weather will turn a bit more unstable just in time for this weekend with continued chances of showers and highs near norms in the upper 60s. Consistent with 9 of the last 10 months, we are currently running above average temperatures for April. Through yesterday we are about 5 degrees above normal. Conference

Consider registering for this year's conference which will be held the weekend of July 7th-9th near BWI airport. Jason, Kevin, Steve, Ian, and myself all made it last year, and I am certain to return. After last year's success, I think well over 100 people will attend this year. Over 50 have already registered. Among others, Paul Kocin will be returning this year to present with his co-author and local Washingtonian, HPC's Louis Uccellini. Additionally DC's own Tony Pann will be presenting with fellow radio host, Justin Berk. In addition to the impressive lineup of speakers, there will be an optional tour of HPC(Hydrometeorological Prediction Center) in Camp Springs on Friday. It will be a can't miss event. See you there.


Rolling blackouts have been issued throughout Texas due to unseasonably hot weather. Temperatures have reached the upper 90s and low 100s the past several days and today will likely see similar readings in most locations before things cool down on Wednesday.

Due to melting snows and heavy rains, Eastern Europe's Danube River has been flooding. This editorial attributes it to the Greenhouse Effect. While global warming certainly could be a factor, this river and many others have experienced similar floods in the past, so normal climate cycles are certainly a factor as well.

All Pictures Photographed Recently in DC by Photographer, Ian Livingston.

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