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The Washington region has gone to pot(holes).
Drivers who ignored snow emergency signs and parked their cars anyway during last week's major winter storm may have learned an expensive lesson.
The rumbling sound outside Mary Plummer's Regents Square condo in Rockville last week woke her from a sound sleep.
Mark Fischetti, senior editor at Scientific American, says that the jet stream - the river of air in the northern hemisphere that blows west to east and drives most of the D.C. region's weather - has been changing, and it means that extreme-weather periods will last longer.
While plumbers, heating contractors and snow-removal companies are getting a nice bump this winter, other industries are suffering.
The recent snow and cold may be part of winter's last gasp.
Who's on the hook for that cancelled hotel room, dinner reservation or flight?
The Baltimore-Washington Parkway wasn't friendly to commuters Friday morning.
First came the snow, then came the snow plows. Thousands of crews are working around-the-clock to treat and remove the snowy, icy roadways one at a time.
Car drivers in D.C., listen-up.
Hi: 88 °F | Lo: 68 °F