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Heavy snow will extend from the mountains of California and the Intermountain West into the Northern Plains. Gusty to strong winds may produce critical fire weather risks over portions of the Central and Southern High Plains. Multi-hazard impacts will stretch from the Lower Mississippi Valley to the Great Lakes by Friday into the weekend. Read More >




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Look for a few showers on Saturday morning, then it will become windy and warm with much of the area seeing highs near 80. There will be a chance of a thunderstorm Saturday evening as a cold front approaches, leading to breezy and cooler weather on Sunday.


It's Opening Day for our Washington Nationals and we've got a grand slam forecast with brilliant sunshine and cool highs in the mid 50s. You'll want the sunglasses and a warm jacket at the ballpark today. Skies will remain clear this evening and overnight before a series of weather makers move in Friday and Saturday.First, a warm front arrives tomorrow brining added clouds, increasing wind and showers by the evening hours. Once the front clears, temperatures will rise through the 60s during the afternoon. Gusty, blossom damaging gusty winds arrive late Friday and Saturday along with a push of even warmer air. First Alert Weather has posted a WIND ALERT \/strongfor Saturday. Gusts may exceed 40 miles per hour in many neighborhoods. Rain Saturday morning will give way to afternoon sunshine and unseasonably warm highs in the mid to upper 70s.


The District is committed to protecting residents experiencing homelessness from hypothermia and other extreme weather injuries. Outreach is conducted throughout the year by teams from DHS and the DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), and the District is one of only three jurisdictions in the country with a right-to-shelter mandate.


All Washingtonians are encouraged to check on neighbors, especially unsheltered residents, the elderly, and other vulnerable populations, to ensure they are taking proper precautions ahead of the expected cold weather conditions.


Cold Weather Emergencies occur when the National Weather Service forecasts weather that presents a danger to residents, especially those who are outdoors and experiencing homelessness. Alerts are triggered by either a combination of temperature and wind chill at 15 F or below, or a combination of temperature and wind chill at 20 F or below along with an accompanying weather event such as snow.


In the event of inclement weather, including lightning, snow and/or ice accumulation resulting in unsafe road, sidewalk and parking lot conditions, The Fields may be closed. Decisions about closure are at the sole discretion of CRYSP DC, the operator, or Events DC, the owner.


In the event that lightning is observed at or near The Fields, the entire facility will be closed for 30 minutes; the 30-minute clock will restart after each subsequent observance of lightning. Field staff will announce field closures via the public announcement system and on the weather hotline, 202-539-9555 Ext. 1. All players, spectators and others must follow the instructions of The Fields staff and vacate the fields. Staff may reopen the park after lightning or other weather hazards have passed, but all decisions of The Fields staff are final and within their sole and absolute discretion.


With the exception of lightning, snow/ice accumulation, and other extreme weather conditions, decisions about playing during inclement weather are up to patrons, at their own discretion and their own risk.


The best times to visit Washington, D.C., are from September to November and March to May. In the autumn, the sweltering summer is gone, taking with it most of the high season tourists. All that's left are crisp breezes and changing leaves, which, by the way, look great against all those marble monuments. Second to fall is spring, which is also a mini high season thanks to the National Cherry Blossom Festival in late March and early April. Summer in D.C. is hot and sticky, making less than ideal conditions for exploring the great outdoors. That said, many museums blast air conditioning, so if you can stand the heat, you'll find plenty of free attractions to keep you entertained. Winter is definitely low season. Although the chance to find lower hotel rates is high and the weather is mild compared to other destinations along the East Coast, the city is prone to freezing cold temperatures and snowstorms. For this reason, travel insurance is recommended for anyone planning a winter visit to D.C.


Inclement Weather NoticeIf a determination is made that the court will be closed to the public or that the court schedule will be changed due to inclement weather or other emergency situation, that information will be available as follows:1.On the court's website: www.cadc.uscourts.gov2.By recorded telephone message on the Clerk's Office Information Line: (202) 216-70003.By public broadcast on the following local TV and radio stations: WRC/NBC (Channel 4), WTTG/FOX (Channel 5), WJLA/ABC (Channel 7), WUSA/CBS (Channel 9), and WTOP (103.5, 103.9, 107.7 FM)Attorneys and pro se litigants scheduled to appear before the court will be contacted by the Clerk's Office. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit (USCADC) provides this link for your convenience. The USCADC takes no responsibility for and exercises no control over the organizations, views, accuracy, copyright or trademark compliance, or legality of the material contained on the site you are about to access. The content of the site you are about to access does not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards, or policies of the USCADC.Thank you for visiting our site


When inclement weather conditions affect the DC Circulator system, detours are created to provide continual service.Standardized detours help to better prepare riders for service changes. Each route has a designated Light, Moderate or Severe weather detour.


Throughout the season, the Service Status feature (in the table below) on the homepage will update to reflect the detour in use on each route. As an added reminder, the DC Circulator will update Twitter and Facebook to #Alert riders of the inclement weather detour (Light, Moderate or Severe).


Winter storms may include high wind, freezing rain, heavy snowfall, and extreme cold. Severe winter storms can cause blocked roads, power outages, transportation accidents, and death. The National Weather Service provides important safety information and critical weather forecast information. It is important to understand the types of winter storm alerts:


Tonight's game versus the Houston Dynamo (7:30 p.m. ET) at RFK Stadium will move forward as planned. Should the game be unplayable due to severe weather - including lightening - the game will be postponed prior to being canceled. All attempts to play the game will be made before a decision is made to postpone or cancel. Though severe weather is currently forecast, numerous weather stations are reporting the weather should clear prior to kickoff.


"Tonight: By 8 p.m., most of the worst weather should be clearing the area to the southeast. A few showers are possible after midnight, but they will be minor compared to today's activity. Expect lows to drop only to around 70 as mostly cloudy skies and summer-like humidity reign."


Escaping a prison transport by leaping from the window, Mark Mardon fled to his brother's house only to find him dead. Mardon's brother, Clyde, a scientist, had just discovered a way to control the weather before dying of a heart attack (although recent evidence implies that Mardon murdered his brother and either lied about or blocked out the memory of finding his body[2]). Mardon took Clyde's notes and used them to make a wand to generate weather and embarked on a criminal career as the Weather Wizard, sometimes using his powers on a small scale (such as zapping someone with lightning) and sometimes a larger scale (imprisoning a town in winter), almost always facing defeat by the Flash (Barry Allen).[3]


Weather Wizard joined up with Blacksmith and her rogues. Through her, he learns he has a son from a one-night stand with Keystone City police officer Julie Jackham. Their son, Josh, had exhibited internalized weather-controlling abilities and Mardon wanted to have the same ability without the use of his wand. He tried to kidnap Josh from Wally's wife, Linda and dissect him to understand out how his son gained that ability, but hesitated to harm the child when he noticed that the child had "my eyes...my brother's eyes". He was stopped by Flash and sent to Iron Heights, but escaped. After Blacksmith's group disbanded, the Weather Wizard, along with Mirror Master and Trickster, joined up with Captain Cold, who declared himself the leader of the Rogues. Mardon was also the representative of the rogues for the Secret Society of Super Villains.


Weather Wizard originally wields a wand that enables him to control weather patterns. Mark has utilized it to project blizzards, summon lightning bolts, fly via air currents, create fog, and generate winds. Essentially, he could produce any type of weather imaginable, as well as other phenomenon, such as tornadoes.[11] Thanks to Inertia's 30th century psychological therapies, his mental blocks were permanently removed. Weather Wizard can now manipulate the weather without his wand.


A delay causes schools to open two hours later than the normal start time. Schools will still close at the regular time. A delay does not count as a snow day and does not need to be made up later in the year. Any before-school programs such as daycare will be cancelled. Schools will individually decide how to alter their bell schedule for a delay and if they will serve breakfast. When the opening of school has been delayed due to weather, afterschool programs will operate as scheduled. 041b061a72


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