Thursday’s snowy scenes may have you daydreaming about a beach day – but the conditions in Ocean City are probably not what you had in mind. Watch live as blizzard conditions transform Ocean City.
As the forecast of winter weather looms, WTOP’s Dave Dildine highlights the most-memorable snowstorms to strike the D.C. region during the month of March.
The Department of Public Works is testing the snow plows now to make sure the equipment works and is ready for when the snow does begin to fall this winter. D.C. officials say they’ve learned from last January’s big blizzard
It’s hard to imagine that as temperatures climb into the high 90s and possibly 100s for the first time since July 2012 this weekend, that just six months ago the region was buried under almost 3 feet of snow. As you go to the pool and try to escape that sweltering heat, check out our favorite photos from the epic snowstorm of January 2016.
M&M’s could be coming out of your McDonald’s McFlurry and Dairy Queen’s Blizzard.
The last day is June 20, not June 17. This year, the school system logged six snow days, thanks in part to the blizzard of 2016.
On Tuesday, the Montgomery County Council held a meeting to discuss how much the county spent on snow removal.
To recognize those who helped by shoveling sidewalks, Montgomery County Council President Nancy Floreen will give awards to residents who went “above and beyond” in helping clear ice and snow.
The snowfall from the Blizzard of 2016 is impacting an event nearly two months later.
The Metro Board is poised to retroactively approve the free rides allowed on the Monday after the massive January blizzard, despite questions about whether the move was really allowed by Metro policies.
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.
Last month’s blizzard was more of a boon than a setback for the Klingle Valley Trail Project through Cleveland Park.
The Board of Supervisors has invited local officials to a “snow summit” to determine what they can do better when the next storm hits.
“People don’t realize how incredibly significant it was and what problems it really created,” says Assistant Superintendent Jeff Platenberg.
Following a massive blizzard and extended cleanup, several children are returning to school for the first time in a while. Here’s how to get your kids back into the swing of things.
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