As has become common practice during the past week or so, another round of snow is expected Monday evening.
On Monday, it was sunny and in the 70s. Wednesday brought heavy rains and strong winds. So, what can we expect on Friday?
Floodwaters from the Patuxent River washed away a homeless camp and led to the apparent drowning death of a woman Thursday.
The Washington area is drying out following a night of heavy rains and strong winds. A wind advisory remains in effect for the District and surrounding areas until 6 p.m. Gusts of up to 50 miles per hour are possible.
With temperatures below freezing throughout much of the region since Monday, the D.C. area is in the middle of its coldest stretch since 2010.
It will be the first up or down fact check of a Barack Obama campaign pledge for his second term: Promised warmer Inauguration Day weather. Will he — or Mother Nature — deliver?
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for the Washington metropolitan area from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The nation’s lifelines — its roads, airports, railways and transit systems — are getting hammered by extreme weather beyond what their builders imagined, leaving states and cities searching for ways to brace for more catastrophes like Superstorm Sandy.
An index frequently used by scientists to predict drought trends – trends whose increased frequency and intensity were blamed on global warming – may have been misused, resulting in possibly inaccurate findings.
Officials were investigating whether rain and wind from Hurricane Sandy caused a traffic fatality on Monday, as Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin declared a state of emergency prompted by the storm that also threatened to bring heavy snow to some parts of West Virginia.