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.
A stunning sunset was seen over the D.C. area Thursday.
Following last weekend’s blizzard, D.C. police officers are working to clear snow from city streets.
The Thursday-morning commute is seeing a rash of spinouts and other accidents as the snow that melted on Wednesday and ran into the roadways re-froze overnight.
Montgomery County officials hear pleas to plow a neighborhood so family and friends can pay last respects to a man regarded as his community’s unofficial mayor.
Federal offices in the Washington area will stay closed another day as the capital recovers from a storm that dumped about 2 feet of snow on the city.
Maryland officials say they intend to pursue federal disaster assistance after this weekend’s snowstorm.
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A 55-year-old man from Leesburg, Va., died after collapsing while walking in the weekend storm. His is the first death in Northern Virginia attributed to the blizzard.
Dr. Terry Jodrie, an ER physician with Washington Adventist Hospital, says the hospital is seeing a surge in activity as the area returns to life after the blizzard.
Two airports in the Washington region will likely remain closed through Sunday, but Baltimore’s airport is expecting limited evening flights.
There were no reports of major problems or injuries Sunday from coastal flooding brought by a winter storm that pummeled the mid-Atlantic region.
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says city government offices will be closed on Monday.
The Harford County executive says a man died while shoveling snow in Abingdon.
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