A winter storm warning has been expanded to include Fairfax and Prince William counties in northern Virginia.
Snow, record-setting cold, and more snow. That may be how this week goes down in the record books.
Highway officials in Maryland are warning drivers about potentially dangerous conditions in the state as another winter storm is set to move in on Saturday.
Brace yourselves! An arctic blast is headed to the region, with the potential for record-breaking cold temperatures
Maryland State Police are reporting whiteouts due to heavy snow and high winds in the far western part of the state as a storm sweeps in.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is issuing a travel advisory, urging commuters to leave early and avoid a snowy rush hour.
The day after the biggest winter storm of the year closed schools and federal government offices in the D.C. and Baltimore areas, another Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect for the region.
Officials in the District of Columbia say more than 100 people who didn’t heed their warnings to move vehicles from snow emergency routes got towed.
Two people were killed in weather-related traffic crashes as heavy snowfall overnight made driving conditions treacherous in areas across Virginia.
Icy conditions caused by frigid temperatures contributed to numerous problems on highways in Maryland and the metropolitan Washington area.