Mega-Storm Patricia Drenches Mexico as it WeakensRecord-breaking Hurricane Patricia pushed rapidly inland over mountainous western Mexico early Saturday, rapidly weakening to tropical storm force.
Rain Eases Up, Gusty Winds Continue in D.C. AreaJoaquin is not much of a threat to D.C., but the area will continue to soak up water and be slammed by strong winds throughout the weekend.
Clogged Gutters Can Lead to Significant Water DamageClogged gutters can lead to serious water damage in houses, and simply removing leaves can save homeowners thousands of dollars.
Virginia National Guard to Have Up to 800 ActiveThe Virginia National Guard plans to have up to 800 personnel in place by Friday night to respond to storm-related events.
Guide: Delays and Cancellations Due to Storms, Hurricane JoaquinDelays and cancellations for events, games and school activities are starting to roll in as the region is being hit with heavy rain and anticipating more of it to come this weekend from Hurricane Joaquin.
Some Still Without Power in D.C., Md. After Powerful StormPower companies in the Metro area worked to restore power to thousands of residents Sunday after a storm caused flooding, downed trees and outages.
Severe Storms Expected; Flash Flood Watch IssuedA Flash Flood Watch has been issued for most of the region as remnants of Tropical Storm Bill are expected to move through the area.
UPDATE: Power Restored After Monday Evening StormsMore than 10,000 residents across D.C., Maryland and Virginia were without power as a thunderstorm rolled through the area Monday evening.
Major Solar Storm Hits Earth, May Pull Northern Lights SouthA severe solar storm smacked Earth with a surprisingly big geomagnetic jolt Tuesday, potentially affecting power grids and GPS tracking while pushing the colorful northern lights farther south, federal forecasters said.
Icy Roads Cause Problems in Maryland, Greater D.C.Icy conditions caused by frigid temperatures contributed to numerous problems on highways in Maryland and the metropolitan Washington area.
Heavy Rain Closes Roads, Sets Records Across MarylandNot since 1933 has Baltimore recorded a rainfall that matched Tuesday's deluge.
Severe Storms Expected SundayThe Baltimore-Washington region could be in for severe weather Sunday afternoon and evening.
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