If you’re one of the many Americans traveling for Thanksgiving this week, you’re in luck, at least in terms of weather.
A frost advisory is posted for much of the region Tuesday evening. However, temperatures will begin a slow rise once again starting Wednesday afternoon.
With just under a week to go before the 2017 solar eclipse, meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts takes a look at how the weather could impact eclipse viewing in the D.C. area.
This week, there is some more dangerous heat breaking out over the D.C. region, starting Wednesday and continuing all through the weekend.
D.C. should stay dry during the parade and evening fireworks. At the beaches, expect sunshine and dry conditions, with a slight chance of some pop-up storms and showers.
Pools are finally opening, Memorial Day parades are underway and people in the WTOP listening area are making mad dashes to area beaches. Unfortunately, the temperatures will not be feeling very summerlike and there will be daily storm chances in the D.C. area.
Some damp weather made its way through the region Monday evening. See photos.
For the second time this year, the allergy season has peaked — and it looks like the pollen is here to stay for the next few days. Storm Team4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts has details about when allergy sufferers will get some relief.
This month is on tap to be one of the warmest Februaries for the region — and this winter is likely to be one of the warmest.
It’s hard to believe that after two days that felt like May, we are talking about snow on the horizon, but that is the case in the WTOP area. Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts explains what’s coming and when it will arrive.
Temperatures on Tuesday eclipsed record warm levels, and they’ll come close on Wednesday. But be prepared for a snowy blast of winter on Thursday.
Monday morning’s snow is not expected to amount to more than an inch or two, but area highway officials say that with smaller snow storms, timing is everything. Here’s what the Monday-morning commute is looking like.
Inauguration Day should be mild but rainy, Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says. Inaugurals past have seen some rough weather, though — check out some of the history.
Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says the weather looks like it will cooperate with the march — the sun will peek through and temperatures will be mild.
A cold front working its way through the region will cause temperatures to drop and bringing freezing rain and sleet along.