Crazy April Showers Rain in Northern Virginia and DC will hopefully bring MAY FLOWERSMonday, April 21, 2008
Hello all! Keep your chin up even if you are feeling soggy–it’s been raining in Northern Virginia and the DC Metro area pretty hard and steady these past two days. After a stellar sunny and balmy breeze-warm weather forecast on Saturday, we had some big lightning and thunder storms usher the rainfall in to soften our dry dusty ground.
With allergy suffering residents in full sneeze these past few beautiful blooming weeks (with our cherry blossoms and red bud trees blossoming all around), we have to point out that while prolonged rain does typically dampen spirits, it certainly does help to wash things off and to keep the pollen down.
If you are curious about the upcoming forecast for our Loudoun County DC Metro Region, here’s a few links to help decide if you’ll be driving next week to a ball game somewhere in DC on the Dulles Greenway with that convertible top up or down.
Remember, when searching for news about local weather in Loudoun County our zip codes for Ashburn are 20147 (Ashburn Village) and 20148 (Brambleton)–a great place to live or visit and we are right in the center.
Weather.com – DC Metro Weather Forecast- The Weather Channel
Accuweather.com – Northern Virginia Weather Forecast
Intellicast – D.C. Regional Radar Weather Map
and our personal “home school friendly” science based favorite to use (because it has such user friendly comprehensive weather data and history figures)…
Wunderground – Dulles Technology Corridor Commuter Area Forecast