RT @ABC7Alex: Parts of the area actually received some decent rain with the heavier showers that moved through early today. Still lingering south and east of DC. https://t.co/bzugaVPhkA



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Long range seems to favor above normal temps, and maybe above normal precipitation – We will see. Very long range had some hints at a cool down, but that is far out and these are unreliable! #midatlwx #vawx #ncwx #wvwx #mdwx #dcwx #pawx #njwx #dewx https://t.co/RGMF5AA6cr



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Some MUCH NEEDED Rain this week! Need a lot more than this, but it is so welcome! #midatlwx #vawx #ncwx #wvwx #mdwx #dcwx #pawx #njwx #dewx https://t.co/ljlgrb5QUX



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RT @CaraModisett: Flooding in Old Town Alexandria this evening … (high tide on the Potomac) #weather @KevinMyattWx @wattsupbrent https://t.co/MrLCC9c3Ul



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RT @WMTWTV: JUST STUNNING! The fall colors are simply gorgeous in western Maine right now. This video was taken by our drone Sky 8 in The Forks. #maine #fall #foliage 3mewx https://t.co/EpXxOXM6pE



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RT @NWSBlacksburg: A weak cold front will move into the region from the west today bringing a few showers west. However, the front will stall to our south Sunday and bring much needed rainfall to the Piedmont, that saw very little rainfall earlier this week when the western areas saw 1 to 2 inches. https://t.co/Qd1q5IXLqH



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RT @NWS_BaltWash: 9PM: coastal #flood headlines have been updated based on latest #tide observations and predictions. Please visit https://t.co/GNXoayJSpX for more details. #DCwx #MDwx #VAwx https://t.co/EAisTTt1vF



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RT @capitalweather: It’s the 40th anniversary of DC’s biggest October snow on record. 1 to 4″ fell across region on Oct. 10, 1979. The snow snapped tree limbs, triggered thousands of outages and snarled traffic. “It’s unbelievable” said @NWS forecaster. From the archives: https://t.co/UDIyUiqtE8



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RT @WeatherNation: Wow. The @NWSBoulder says the city if Denver set two record lows overnight after 1st snowfall. Before midnight, the temperature dipped to 13 degrees… and since then has fallen to just 9 degrees shortly after 5 am MT. That breaks two records set in 2009 and 1946 respectively! https://t.co/7SmohDNsj0



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