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Last week, two weak tornadoes skipped across Virginia and Maryland and warnings were issued to take cover. So what triggers such a warning? A National Weather Service meteorologist explains.
Cool temperatures went to the extreme last week in some parts of the country.
Temperatures are extreme now -- and a National Weather Service meteorologist weighs in on what that could mean for the winter.
Damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes could pass through the Mid-Atlantic.
During the afternoon and evening of Friday June 29, 2012, an intense, line of thunderstorms raced eastward at nearly 60 mph from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic coast and pummeled the greater Washington area.
It's been a year full of weather ups and downs and the forecast could get even wackier, a National Weather Service meteorologist says.
Temperatures are inching up across Virginia a day after an arctic blast broke several cold records.
Hi: 40 °F | Lo: 25 °F