Winter is planning an equinox encore this year, but it’s too late for most of the region’s ski resorts to cash in.
By the time spring officially arrives, the D.C. area will be in the middle of a weather system that will look a lot more like winter.
A Maryland State Highway Administration engineer divulges on the state’s performance in clearing roads in the county during January’s blizzard.
Light snow showers hit the D.C. region overnight Friday, but with temperatures right around freezing, leaving trees and grassy areas with a beautiful dusting of snow.
Maryland highway officials are asking drivers to stay off the roads early Friday morning with snow in the forecast.
Recent winters have featured above average March snowfalls. Here’s a look at some of the snowiest.
The snowfall from the Blizzard of 2016 is impacting an event nearly two months later.
From now into the weekend, look for below-average temperatures and the likelihood of more measurable snow. But will it be a “plowable” snow?
The January blizzard cost the region time, patience and a whole lot of money. Now local governments are asking the feds for help with the bill.
Presidents Day’s smorgasbord of weather is slowly melting leaving behind potholes and the chance of flooding and sunshine.
Here is a quick look at what you need to know when it comes to traffic, transit and the forecast.
A tractor-trailer overturned Monday on Interstate 81 near the Interstate 66 interchange in Frederick County, setting the cattle loose.
Virginia State Police say one person is dead after an SUV hit a snow plow in Fauquier County.
State highway officials and road-watchers in the WTOP Traffic Center are unanimous: If you can stay home, do it. If you have to go out, slow down.
Snow turned the region white on Presidents Day. See photos.