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Ian Livingston

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Recent articles by Ian:

Updates: Steadier rain moving through with icy mix in outer suburbs through early evening

Only minor impacts are expected, with another dusting and some slick spots possible late this morning into early afternoon, and a risk of icy spots in our outer northern suburbs mid-afternoon into early evening. → Read More

PM Update: Light snow likely in the hours around sunrise, transitioning to wintry mix Saturday afternoon

It's not a big storm, but it doesn't take much snow and ice to be a problem. → Read More

PM Update: Colder and wind-chilled through Friday

It's a bit of a rude awakening after the January we've had so far. → Read More

P.M. Update: Windy and somewhat cooler Thursday

We're starting to step back down into winter. → Read More

PM Update: Patchy fog into tonight, then it’s mild and sunnier Wednesday

We may try to make a run at 60 degrees tomorrow. → Read More

PM Update: A chance of passing showers Tuesday

Clouds are numerous, but any rain is quite limited in longevity. → Read More

A January heat wave engulfed the eastern half of the country, toppling records

From Naples, Fla., to Boston, several cities saw their warmest January weather in recorded history. → Read More

At least 7 dead as severe weather outbreak slices across the South, while snow and ice paste parts of the northern U.S.

Ahead of the storm, record, springlike warmth is covering the East Coast. → Read More

D.C.-area forecast: Unseasonably warm today and tomorrow, plus gusty showers late tonight

Rain should generally cooperate if you have outdoor plans. Most of it falls while we sleep. → Read More

PM Update: Warm through the weekend, with gusty showers and storms possible pre-dawn Sunday

Daytime temperatures near average highs in the low 40s are nowhere to be found at the moment. → Read More

PM Update: More clouds fill our skies through a warmer Friday

Today was chilly but we're back to milder weather starting tomorrow. → Read More

The 2010s were D.C.’s hottest decade as warm became the new norm

The decade featured eight of the District’s warmest 11 years, seven record-warm months, and dozens of record warm days and nights — more than before. → Read More

PM Update: Mild through the weekend as showers visit Sunday

Comfortable temperatures continue to rule. Any rain should tend to be light and scattered. → Read More

PM Update: Some patchy fog possible tonight; still mild but cloudier Friday

Our weather continues to be quite tranquil for the time of year. → Read More

PM Update: Worry-free weather continues through Christmas

It will be another seasonably cold one tonight, while mild and sunny conditions prevail Christmas Day. → Read More

PM Update: Seasonably chilly tonight, and rather pleasant Tuesday

There are no real weather worries as we wander into Christmas Eve. → Read More

PM Update: Another nice day Wednesday before heat returns

Clear skies and low humidity continue to rule. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian has smashed all sorts of intensity records in the Atlantic Ocean

Dorian has risen to the top of the charts among the most powerful hurricanes ever observed in the Atlantic Ocean. → Read More

A tropical disturbance is brewing near Florida, while a hurricane may target the Caribbean next week

The system aimed at the Caribbean was named a tropical depression Saturday morning. The two systems could earn the names Dorian and Erin this weekend. → Read More

Washington has now hit 90 degrees or higher 50 times this year, a rare milestone

It's the third-highest total on record to date, and already two weeks past the average number of 90-degree days for a full year. → Read More