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Past articles by Martin:

Drought or not, it has been wet in Washington

Washington had rain on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. → Read More

D.C. shows its sultry summertime self on Saturday

It may be forbidden in Washington to call a month July or a season summer without a substantial share of days like Saturday, with temperatures in the 90s. → Read More

Man is fatally shot in District, police say

A man was shot and killed Friday afternoon in Northeast Washington. → Read More

Despite drought, sudden rain overwhelms roads

Friday's rain was enough to require water rescues in Arlington even as the region is experiencing drought conditions. → Read More

Nine wounded in shooting while celebrating July Fourth, D.C. police say

A 9-year-old and a teenager were among nine people injured in a shooting early Wednesday in the Deanwood area of Northeast D.C. → Read More

Tuesday was our third 90-degree day in a row

As if striving for thermal achievement, each day in July has out-scorched the one before. → Read More

We neared the Fourth with heat, humidity and a full moon

Washington has for the first time all year tasted the thermal intensity of two 90-degree days in succession. → Read More

Sunday helped acquaint us with July

Temperatures hit 90, humidity seemed steamy. → Read More

Two die in shootings in Southeast, police say

Two men were killed early Saturday in Southeast, according to D.C. police. → Read More

Man was slain in Prince George’s County, police say

The man was found at about 5:40 p.m. in a parking lot in the 9800 block of Good Luck Road in the Lanham area, according to the police. → Read More

First day of second half of year matched summer image

Saturday was a wet, warm and unsurprising start to the second half of 2023. → Read More

Man is slain in Petworth, D.C., police say

A 32-year-old man was found injured on Quebec Place NW in the early hours of Friday, according to the police. He died at the scene. → Read More

Friday lacked little on weather front

Friday gave us heat, clouds, wind, rain and this year’s special addition to the season, an imported, wildfire-generated haze. → Read More

Man found slain in Accokeek area, Prince George’s police say

The man was found outdoors about 8 p.m. in the 500 block of Farmington Road W. → Read More

Saturday readied us for summer in Washington

It was almost 90, and plenty sticky. → Read More

A truly rainy day, Friday was

After many dry June days, flooding was reported in spots. → Read More

No rain officially in Washington, but we did reach 90 degrees

As of 8 p.m. Washington’s official rainfall figure for the day came to naught, with not a drop reported. → Read More

Teen slain, child critical after two D.C. shootings

A teen was slain and a child was in critical condition after separate shootings in Southeast Washington. → Read More

Sunday was warm, long, hazy — but again, not wet

The sunshine seemed essentially incompatible with rain, and once again, we stayed dry. → Read More

Sort of smoky Saturday, but sort of nice, too

Experts attributed at least part of Saturday’s haze in Washington to far-away wildfires. But Saturday’s haze seemed as much picturesque as anything. → Read More