Snow headed to the D.C. metro area could make for a tricky Tuesday morning commute.
The County Council was all set to hear about its local snow response. But that’s been cancelled … because of snow.
Metrobus will operate under a Moderate Snow Plan Tuesday, which keeps buses from operating on hilly terrain, narrow streets and other problem areas.
Forecasters are monitoring a system moving out of Canada that could bring snow to the D.C. region Monday night.
The Board of Supervisors has invited local officials to a “snow summit” to determine what they can do better when the next storm hits.
As the last snowflake fell in the Blizzard of 2016, NBC Washington Storm Team 4 meteorologists were already concerned about how quickly the snowpack could melt.
Cleanup from last week’s historic snowstorm could cost Montgomery County millions of dollars and the County Council is set to discuss problems with two key communication channels during the storm: the snow plow tracker site and 311 call center.
In this week’s Garden Plot, Mike McGrath talks orchids, clearing snow from your plants and caring for oakleaf hydrangea.
What’s the latest on the area’s buses, trains and taxicabs? Find out here.
Metrorail service returned to regular service for the first time since snow began falling a week earlier.
With half-plowed streets and towering snow piles that screen oncoming traffic, road conditions still haven’t returned to normal four days after last weekend’s crippling snowfall.
Peter Geiger, editor of the Farmers’ Almanac, admits he did not predict 3 feet of snow, but he called for snow showers between Jan. 20 and 28.
RFK Stadium’s parking Lot 7 looks like a frozen tundra fit for a polar bear in the blizzard aftermath.
The morning commute got off to a rough start in the predawn hours of Wednesday as a trio of accidents, all involving tractor-trailer trucks, has led to the closure of some major thoroughfares.
Firefighters want you to dig out the fire hydrant closest to your house, as well as 3 feet of space around it.