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.
The following are unofficial totals given by the National Weather Service.
The mid-Atlantic is bracing for yet another one-two punch of winter weather next week, and the first bout is expected to snarl Monday’s commute.
The second blast of winter weather in as many days is delaying some schools and creating a nightmarish and icy morning commute for drivers in the Washington area.
The Washington region is in for a reprieve this week from the seemingly nonstop winter weather.
Flights at Mid-Atlantic airports were delayed Friday and damage was revealed at a landmark Ocean City fishing pier as the effects of this week’s record-breaking winter storm lingered into the Presidents Day weekend.