Despite record-breaking snowfall and the deep freeze that across most of the U.S., this winter was the warmest on record.
A blast of frigid air is settling into the area Friday in the wake of the storm that brought some spots their biggest snowfall totals for the winter.
All but four of the hundreds of popular food trucks in the Washington, D.C.-area turned off their engines and stovetops as a snowstorm mucked up the region and kept thousands of customers indoors.
Slick conditions on Maryland highways are keeping police and wrecker crews busy as a winter storm sweeps across the Mid-Atlantic region.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is urging travelers to stay off the roads due to snow and ice across the state.
Highway officials in Maryland are warning drivers about potentially dangerous conditions in the state as another winter storm is set to move in on Saturday.
Officials in the District of Columbia say more than 100 people who didn’t heed their warnings to move vehicles from snow emergency routes got towed.
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says a snow emergency will be going into effect within hours, meaning vehicles parked on snow emergency routes can be ticketed and towed.
Thousands of trucks are getting ready to hit the roads this afternoon in Maryland and Virginia, where several inches of snow are imminent.