January’s snowstorm cost public schools and county and municipal governments in Frederick County $3.9 million.
The District of Columbia will begin deploying about 200 plows by noon Friday based on weather reports that call for up to half an inch of snow before midnight.
Winter is the peak season for carbon monoxide poisoning, as many are burning so much fossil fuel in fireplaces, furnaces and propane heaters.
Tuesday morning began with a mix of rain and snow around the region, with temperatures hovering right around the freezing mark. And that could lead to some difficult, and changing, conditions, on the roads.
You don’t have to shell out for expensive beauty products to secure a healthy, bright glow this winter. Instead, check out these 11 frugal winter beauty tips and tricks.
Police departments across the country are warning drivers in these cold months of winter to not leave their running cars unattended.
On Tuesday, WTOP traffic reporter Bob Marbourg said while the roads have gotten better, traffic will move in a diminished capacity. Mounds of snow still block lanes and cover sidewalks.
The problem, Sharon Bulova tells WTOP, is simply the overwhelming amount of snow. Getting the roads clear is “a challenge,” she says, “and we have lots of them.”
A New Yorker in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood promised a “Boutique Winter Igloo for 2″ at $200 a night.
Unless your running shoes come equipped with ice cleats or snow chains, you’re going to have find a few alternatives when it comes to working out. And winter is the perfect time to cross-train. (Workout plan)
An air of informality was the rule at most of the few workplaces where operations kept going during the weekend’s snowstorm, and the D.C. police were no exception.
We talked to experts about the best way to guard against getting infected even if you’re sharing a home with the virus.
Photos from WTOP staff, listeners and readers show how the D.C. area is dealing with the blizzard.
WTOP’s Max Smith hit the road with a Virginia Department of Transportation plow driver on Saturday, day two of a major winter storm that has been walloping the East Coast.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says parking is banned on snow emergency routes as a potentially lethal blizzard hit the city.