8 20p as these storms race to the northeast the severe tstorm warning has been expanded ne to cover alexandria
8:20p: As these storms race to the northeast, the Severe T’storm Warning has been expanded NE to cover Alexandria, southeast DC and central Prince George’s County until 8:45p, with damaging winds possible.
7 48p the storms moving in from the sw have a history of wind damage with trees down so the nws has issued a s
7:48p: The storms moving in from the SW have a history of wind damage with trees down, so the NWS has issued a Severe T’storm Warning for much of Prince William, southern Fairfax, and Charles counties until 8:30p.
us to be coldest region in world relative to normal over next week please note rest of world will be much warm
U.S. to be coldest region in world relative to normal over next week. Please note rest of world will be much warmer than normal lest anyone try to claim pocket of cold in U.S. debunks global warming, which they will invariably and irresponsibly do.
the four warmest years in recorded history for the planet have occurred in the last four years including 2018
The four warmest years in recorded history for the planet have occurred in the last four years, including 2018 - which ranked fourth warmest. You might have heard this direct from NOAA and NASA if the government was open and you listened to their excellent scientists.
re write brutal and brief cold blast in northeast will shatter some records most of the rest of the world is w
Re-write: Brutal and brief cold blast in Northeast will shatter some records. Most of the rest of the world is warmer than normal. This year will be among the warmest years on record for the planet, again. Global warming is indisputable.
33 inches of rain in one hour at reagan national dc s official observing site this is astronomical rainfall in
3.3 inches of rain in ONE HOUR at Reagan National - DC's official observing site. This is astronomical rainfall intensity.... Today's rain is a record for the date, and - in just an hour - among the top 10 heaviest single day events in July on record back to 1871.
11 30a nws has issued a flood watch for the greater dc area green shading on map until 8pm today due to the po
11:30a: NWS has issued a Flood Watch for the greater DC area (green shading on map) until 8pm today, due to the potential for slow-moving storms that could produce torrential rain exceeding 2 inches in a short period of time.