The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for much of the D.C. metro region as severe thunderstorms are expected to move through the area Wednesday night.
Record-breaking rainfall overflowed creeks and streams, causing flooding throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
Weather from nearly all parts of the country combined to brew this week’s killer tornadoes.
It may be mid-April, but the cold isn’t done with us just yet.
The calendar may say it’s spring, but the mid-Atlantic region is seeing snow again.
It’s a week away from April but instead of talking about spring flowers, cold air and snow are the talk of the town — again.
With spring just days away, another winter storm is bringing a batch of snow to the D.C.-Baltimore region.
Strong damaging winds brought down trees, snapped power lines, and left thousands without power in the D.C.-Baltimore region.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport broke a 141-year-old record low temperature, reaching 4 degrees.
Airlines are cancelling thousands of flights across the country due to the winter storm, and the Washington area is hardest hit.