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About the local climate of Tysons and Northern Virginia
Hello there and here is a little bit of information about the climate of Tysons and surrounding areas.  First of all, Tysons is located just outside our nation's capital across the potomac river in Northern Virgina at the crossroads of some major road transportation routes.  Tysons is a mere 10 miles west from the heart of Washington, D.C.

The weather in this region covers all four seasons but historically winter's are not extremely cold or snowy however on some years we can endure major coldsnaps, snowstorms, or even brief blizzards when circumstances are just right in the mid atlantic coast of the United States.  During these coldsnaps the Potomac River has frozen below Great Falls south through the capital stretch down towards the Woodrow Wilson bridge that carries I-95 traffic between Maryland and Virginia. 

Tysons elevation is around 500 feet above sea-level so during some times of the year the area can be a little more susceptable to dense fog that can shround the ever increasing tall high-rise buildings that are dotting the landscape.  Historical record low temps are below 0 degree's Farenheit and record high temps are above 100 degree's Farenheit. 

Feel free to click around this page on the various weather site provided widgets or Weather Blogs at the bottom and you may click over to the right to visit our very own Acurite Pro+ Weather station located about 20 miles to the west of Tysons in the Aldie, VA area of Loudoun County which can receive a little more snow annually than even Tysons during the winter months.

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