Washington DC Weather
The week is set to be bookended by climate protests in the city center.
The disruptive demonstrations are set to last throughout the day.
The protests are timed to take place around the U.N. Climate Action Summit.
The project at the Dupont Circle and Farragut North stops has taken years.
A new Zillow survey finds that most residents are worried about climate change
The transit agency had expected repair work to be finished in mid-August.
But some of the pools will stay open through Labor Day
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The heat wave could exacerbate air pollution
D.C. is extending hours at certain public pools and spray parks through Sunday
D.C. transportation officials had closed the road after flooding damage last week
The felled mulberry tree "predates the dedication of the Washington Monument," per the Park Service
This year’s official peak bloom forecast for the famous blossoms has moved up a few days
The trees’ green-bud stage is already starting to be seen, according to the National Park Service
Updated forecasts show the storm keeping south
But the region may see some rain from its remnants next week
What you need to know for the impending storm
Tides are rising from recent rainfall
It’s already the District’s sixth-wettest year on record
And is holiday traffic really going to be "ungodly"?
This week starts out with scorching temperatures.
Flood watches are on around the region
Sunshine might peek through on Sunday
A severe thunderstorm watch is on for the Washington area
Stay alert for school closings and Metro delays.
Expect partial cloud coverage and a slight chance of rain later tonight.
Time for frolicking and Instagramming.
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A winter storm is heading for Washington, D.C., and Curbed has everything you need to know to prepare.