Weather is one topic everyone loves to discuss. And while it's not as interesting as the weather in New England, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, one of the real selling points of the Metropolitan-D.C. area is the weather. We still have four distinct seasons, and each one is beautiful in its own right - well maybe not the dead of winter or the swamp-like conditions of August, but without the extreme heat or cold you can't appreciate the rest of the year.
Below is a graph over the average temperatures in McLean, Virginia, courtesy of www.weather.com. Precipitation is interesting as well. While we tend to go through feast or famine when it comes to rainfall, it seems to average itself out remarkably well throughout the year. Plus, big storms like hurricanes and blizzards, seem to go either East or West of us.