Spring is just days away but winter made one last statement Monday morning.
An unpredictable winter storm that buried parts of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions with snow but barely laid a glove on Washington was bound early Thursday for New England.
Federal offices are open Thursday, one day after being shuttered for a snowstorm that largely spared the immediate Washington area.
A contract salt truck for the Maryland State Highway Administration hit an overpass on southbound I-270 Wednesday evening, causing Muddy Branch Road to close in both directions.
While the late-winter snow storm that blew through the D.C. region didn’t live up to the hype, accumulation-wise, it did prove to be quite dangerous for some.
As rain changes over to wet, wind-driven snow Wednesday, utility companies throughout the D.C. metro region are dealing with power outages.
The winter storm that was expected to dump up to a foot of snow in the D.C metro area is wreaking havoc in Virginia but has failed to live up to expectations in Maryland and the District.
Dogs are making the most out of the D.C. snowstorm.
With a snowy morning in the nation’s capital, AAA Mid-Atlantic is advising area motorists to stay off the roads if at all possible.
Road crews in the D.C. metro area are ready and waiting for the heavy, wet snow that is expected to coat roadways and authorities are urging people to stay off the roads Wednesday.