Operations are returning to normal at the airports serving Washington and Baltimore a day after a winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of the region.
Commuters faced slippery, slush-covered roads on Friday after yet another winter storm brought snow and ice to the East Coast, leaving at least 21 people dead, including a pregnant woman struck by a mini-plow in New York City whose baby was then born by cesarean section in critical condition.
A major winter storm is expected to barrel up the East Coast mid-week, bringing with it the potential for significant snowfall in the Washington region.
Beginning Saturday and lasting through Monday, there is a chance snow will fall in the Washington area, but the impacts of each of the weather systems should be minimal.
An ice storm that toppled trees and downed power lines has left nearly 125,000 customers in the dark around the Washington region.
The high number of winter storm threats this season has drawn down the Washington region’s road salt stockpiles to a less-than-ideal level.
For many Washington area residents, this is proving to be the winter that just won’t end.
Climate researchers have learned that global warming could threaten the potential for most cities to reasonably host the Winter Olympics in the future due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Rather than focusing on silly statistics like Denver’s 0-3 Super Bowl record when wearing their orange jerseys, this is going to be on legitimate game-changing X-Factors.
The average temperature statewide for Alaska was 22 degrees Wednesday.