National Weather Service
Two more winter storms are expected to hit the greater Baltimore and D.C. areas Monday into Tuesday, the National Weather Service says.
The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) continues to respond to vehicle incidents in parts of central Maryland after morning rain caused some icy road conditions.
More wintry weather headed to the D.C. and Baltimore metro areas Wednesday morning. A National Weather Service advisory is in effect until 1 p.m. in some areas, with an inch to two inches expected throughout the area.
Although the snowfall has stopped, WJZ-13 meteorologist Derek Valcourt warns of refreezing as temperatures drop to the 20’s overnight, which is cause for concern for motorists during their evening commute.
A freezing rain advisory is is effect until 9 a.m. Monday for Frederick and Carroll County, Md., the National Weather Service says.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of Maryland and Virginia until 6 p.m. Tuesday.
A snowfall of up to 7 inches across central and western Maryland is making travel difficult on the day before Thanksgiving.
Hackers from China were able to breach government computer systems at the agency that oversees the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service is investigating whether a tornado may have touched down in Anne Arundel County during Tuesday’s storms.
Despite initial concerns that Tropical Storm Arthur could compromise the July 4th fireworks in Washington on Friday, the National Mall and Memorial Parks Service says it won’t cancel the display, barring heavy wind or lightning.