A several hour loop of Hurricane Irene spinning from North Carolina to off the Virginia coast heading into sunset on August 27, 2011.
While the Washington, D.C. to Baltimore, Md. area averages about one 100-degree day each year, they are not super common and stretches of years without them are (or, someday, where?) to be expected.
A breakdown of thunderstorm days at Washington, D.C. during the current climate normal period of 1981-2010.
While the HD produced by the Sony HDR-CX110 is not quite what a DSLR or other high-level HD camera might, it’s pretty good for the price and has solid dynamic range coverage. Check out a short clip of Rock Creek Park.
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