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Posted at 5:00 PM ET, 01/ 7/2008

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By Dan Stillman

The Capital Weather Gang blog provides the most insightful and entertaining weather coverage available for the metropolitan Washington, D.C. region. Our team of forecasters and writers not only tells you what's going on with local weather, but why it's happening, and what you can expect for specific upcoming events and locations of interest. We'll explain what causes various weather phenomena, warn you about bad (and good) weather on the horizon, and during severe weather or emergencies our blog will be an up-to-the-minute resource. And we'll give you facts and figures you won't get from the average weather report.

The blog is designed to be interactive, and we hope you'll join the conversation by posting comments, telling storm stories, asking questions or reporting observations in real-time. In addition, the site features:

  • Outlooks for school closures and travel disruptions
  • Weekend and event forecasts, including Skinscast and Natcast
  • Seasonal outlooks
  • Post-mortem forecast assessments
  • Discussion of local, national and international weather news
  • Commentary on climate change and environmental science
  • Q&As with local and national weather personalities
  • Forecast contests
  • Humor and off-topic posts
  • Original weather photography

    To learn more, check out our Meet the Gang and Frequent Questions pages. And don't hesitate to Ask the Gang those weather questions you've always thought about but never asked.

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