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Frequently RequestedPosted at 12:00 PM ET, 08/ 1/2008
Weather Gang Weather Wall
By Capital Weather Gang
Ultimate overview of conditions in D.C., Md. and Va.
Welcome to CWG's Weather Wall. We'll call this the "classic" Weather Wall. It's not going anywhere, but do check out the new Weather Wall on the new Washington Post Weather page.
D.C. AREA RADAR & LIGHTNING LOOP
Movement of precipitation, severe warnings and lightning strikes (alternative lightning map
) over past two hours. Refresh page to update. Click here
for radar and lightning loop on its own page. See below for regional view.
ZOOMABLE TEMPERATURESCurrent D.C. area temperatures powered by iMap. Click and hold on map to pan. Double-click to zoom. Refresh page to update.
REGIONAL RADAR & LIGHTNING LOOP
Movement of precipitation and lightning strikes over past two hours. Refresh page to update. Click here
for radar and lightning loop on its own page. See above for D.C. area view.
VISIBLE SATELLITE LOOP (DAYTIME ONLY)Latest mid-Atlantic satellite loop shows recent cloud movement. At night, see infrared loop below, which detects clouds based on the heat they emit. Courtesy NOAA. Refresh page to update. What's UTC?
INFRARED SATELLITE LOOPLatest mid-Atlantic infrared satellite loop shows recent cloud movement based on the heat clouds emit. Courtesy NOAA. Refresh page to update. What's UTC?
WEATHER MAPLatest depiction of surface features such as high-pressure areas, low-pressure areas and fronts. Updates approximately every three hours. Courtesy NOAA. What's UTC?
D.C. WEBCAMLatest view of D.C. from the Netherlands Carillon at Arlington National Cemetery. Courtesy National Park Service. Refresh page to update.
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