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Clean Pantry Saturday

Besides the crappy weather (it was actually snowing this morning!) it was a great, low-key day. I got home from the gym and played a few games of Wii bowling with the family. It’s becoming a daily tradition now that the 4-year-old can play. Afterwards I was all about cleaning the pantry. It’s been long overdue. Evan […]

[DEALS] Spring champagne carnival @ ?780

10 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

The weather is getting better and the sun is out so what could be better than to enjoy it with some premium bubbles? FirstCellars have created an unbeatable Champagne package, just for you. All bottles are rated 90 or more out of 100 by Wine Spectator: [ more › ]

Rowing: Cold, wind and waves derail season-opening Regional Park Regatta

The Regional Park Regatta, the first event of the 2015 Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association season, was cancelled two hours after it began on Saturday when adverse weather conditions threatened the rowers’ safety.Read full article...

NCAA Tournament Ratings Jump From First Friday, ‘Hart Of Dixie’ Finale Even

We may be in the thick of March Madness but it sure felt a bit like summer last night – and I'm not just talking about the weather in L.A. With the 2015 NCAA Tournament determining its Elite Eight on Friday, repeats and movies were scattered...Show More Summary

2015 NASCAR at Martinsville Speedway weather forecast: Cool but dry weekend

After rain on Friday, the rest of the weekend will be sunny and dry but it will be chilly at Martinsville Speedway As expected, the rain caused some problems on Friday but they were still able to get most of the on track activities complete. Show More Summary

Today's Weather: Not Normal

After experiencing one of the coldest late March dates on record, the chilly weather sticks around for another day with highs reaching only in the mid 30s, way below normal for this time of year. [ more › ]

9 Ways to Sleep Better During Allergy Season

It might not feel like spring quite yet in some parts of the country, but as warmer weather approaches, blooming flowers and endless loads of allergy-inducing pollen will be here in the blink of a (red, watery) eye. Of course, if you...Show More Summary

Weekly Wrap: Wasting the Wait for Enterovirus 68

By Dan Olmsted Spring has sprung, at least theoretically, in daffodil-deprived Washington. Warmer weather will soon favor a resurgence of enterovirus 68, the virus that first appeared in severe and paralytic forms in 2013 as a small cluster in California,...

Weather Gang: D.C. area forecast: A wind-chilled Saturday, and cold tonight before improvement Sunday

Moving on from winter can be tough, as today will remind us. After that, we’re climbing toward more sustained springlike weather.

The myth of Europe’s Little Ice Age

The Little Ice Age is generally seen as a major event in European history. Analysing a variety of recent weather reconstructions, this column finds that European weather appears constant from the Middle Ages until 1900, and that events...Show More Summary

Winter Indoors

According to Punxsutawney Phil, that famous, four-legged weather prognosticator, we’re in for at least another month of winter. And if the overtime is anything like the first part, we ‘re going to be spending a lot of time indoors. Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | Golf: Jimmy Walker Leads in Texas

yesterdaySports / Golf : On Par

Walker took advantage of greatly improved weather conditions at his home tournament to seize a one-shot lead over Aaron Baddeley and Charley Hoffman in the second round of the Texas Open.

Planning a trip to Southern California?

What?s new in Southern California? Lots! If you’re planning a first timer’s trip to Southern California in the next few months (when the weather is sheer perfection) you probably already know that you want to spend a day at the beach and perhaps even do a little surfing. Show More Summary

How snow days piled up at Washington area schools in 2014-2015

The weather naive among us who thought the official start of spring would mean the end of snow were in for a rude awakening. March 20 instead brought an unseasonal wintry mix, snow and in turn another round of delays and school closings for three area school districts.Read full article >>

Shadeshifter: Oakland's newest public sculpture at the...

Oakland's newest public sculpture at the 19th Street BART station has a unique ability: It changes color with the weather. Shifting Topographies, made by artist Dan Corson, is inspired by the hills of Oakland, the paint jobs on cars around...

Chile desert rains sign of climate change: chief weather scientist

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off.

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