A snowfall of up to 7 inches across central and western Maryland is making travel difficult on the day before Thanksgiving.
With much of the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area under a Winter Weather Advisory and a Winter Storm Warning, local authorities are preparing to deal with messy roads and giving some tips to drivers hitting the road for Thanksgiving.
District of Columbia residents who don’t shovel their sidewalks after a snowstorm would face fines under a bill approved by the D.C. Council.
The Maryland State Highway Administration unveiled its snow plan for this upcoming winter, including some new tools.
Heavy snow has stranded many motorists on a western New York highway. Some tips on what to do if you find yourself stuck in the snow:
Niagara University’s women’s basketball team was stuck on their bus in a snowstorm on the New York State Thruway for more than 24 hours before being rescued around 4 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Northern Virginia won’t be left wondering when their street will be cleared this winter.
A transportation official in Washington say a woman was seriously injured when she was struck by a snow plow during an event to test officials’ readiness for snow.
Residents of the mid-Atlantic should prepare themselves for the second straight winter of snow and extreme cold, according to winter predictions from Accuweather.
The White House says President Barack Obama has signed a disaster declaration for three counties in Maryland affected by a mid-February snowstorm.