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Last weekend, when forecasters began calling for an "incredible lake effect snow event," WTOP's Dave Dildine wanted to be a part of weather history.
People near Buffalo are suffering under six feet of snow in some places, and this week WTOP traffic man Dave Dildine is indulging his other passion -- weather -- by looking into the conditions in upstate New York. They're boggling even his mind.
Below-normal temperatures have swept across much of the continental United States, and the early arctic invasion could be the first of many. Research links autumn snow cover on the opposite side of the planet to colder, harsher winters in the Northern Hemisphere.
The National Park Service is urging drivers to prepare for road closures around the National Mall this Veterans Day for HBO's Concert for Valor.
After more than a year of construction, Washington Circle now sports triple the number of signalized crosswalks. And its created a mess for drivers.
One of the largest marathons in the country takes to the streets in Washington and Arlington this weekend, and that means road closures.
Last week, two weak tornadoes skipped across Virginia and Maryland and warnings were issued to take cover. So what triggers such a warning? A National Weather Service meteorologist explains.
The National Weather Service in Sterling, Virginia, confirms that a weak tornado touched down in Alexandria last Wednesday. The small spin-up caused minimal damage near Belle Haven Country Club as it moved northeast toward the Capital Beltway.
By the end of 2014, the number of pedestrian fatalities is on pace to meet or beat last year's 45 deaths in the D.C. metro area.
British pop stars One Direction will perform to a sold out Nationals Park crowd at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 11.
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