Most of the D.C.-Baltimore region is under a Flash Flood Watch as severe storms push through the area.
As a heat wave settles into the D.C.-Baltimore region this weekend, cooling centers around the area are opening to help keep residents and the homeless cool.
As if it hasn’t felt like it for the past few weeks, summer has officially started.
A code orange air quality alert has been issued for D.C. and its surrounding areas Thursday has a heat wave hits the area.
Instead of birds singing and flowers blooming, the DMV woke up to snowfall on the first day of spring.
Another snowstorm has come and gone in the D.C.-Baltimore region, leaving a mess in its path.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
Bitter temperatures have broken a record at Dulles International Airport in the Washington, D.C. area.
AAA saw a record number of calls for drivers in need of help on Monday and calls are continuing along with the frigid temperatures.
Brace yourselves! An arctic blast is headed to the region, with the potential for record-breaking cold temperatures