The D.C.-Baltimore region is bracing for another heat wave ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
It may have felt like summer for a few weeks now, but today marks the official start of summer.
The sweltering heat currently baking the mid-Atlantic can officially be called record breaking.
The mid-Atlantic is bracing for a substantial heatwave ahead of the official start of summer on Saturday.
Utilities in Maryland and Washington are asking customers to reduce energy use as hot weather blankets the region.
A recent study revealed that a significant increase in the frequency of heat waves along the lines of those we experienced this summer could be expected within the next 27 years.
An advocacy group for the homeless is warning residents in the Washington area to be alert for homeless people who may need help in the extreme heat.
A strong heat wave is bringing the hottest temperatures of the summer to the Washington area this week.
Excessive heat is the No. 1 weather killer in the United States and it’s at its most dangerous when it doesn’t cool down at night.
Americans this week will get a reprieve from the stifling heat that has blanketed much of the country as temperatures begin approaching normal from the Midwest to the East Coast.