Friday, July 7, 2006

Nice and Dry Belie July

Tonight and Tomorrow

Very Fine: Another rare non-AC DC July night is on tap with mainly clear skies and low temperatures in the low 60s in town, down to the mid 50s in the outlying areas. Tomorrow will be sunny with comfortable humidity and highs around 84.

For the outlook through the rest of the weekend and some suggested activities, see Camden's post below.


You probably missed it if your copy of the Thursday weekly section was from the wrong side of the Potomac, but a couple of site visitors noted that the WaPo yesterday featured the local National Weather Service forecast office in Sterling. One interesting statistic: the 150 flash flood warnings issued in 3 days late in June were more than twice the number issued for all of the year 2005.'s own Jason Samenow will be appearing in a panel discussion Tuesday night next week at the Koshland Museum of the National Academy of Sciences. The topic is "Get the News: New Media", the roles of new and traditional media in science news reporting.

The climate-change documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" is appearing in 562 theaters as of this weekend; total gross revenue so far is $13.6M. The Al Gore interview with Jon Stewart on the Daily Show is available on iTunes.

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