Rain will stick around in the Baltimore and Washington area Friday after powerful storms toppled trees, downed power lines and flooded roadways throughout the region for two days.
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.