See photos and tweets of Tuesday’s snowfall from WTOP reporters and listeners.
Even though the D.C. area saw itself thaw out Monday after a major snowstorm over the weekend, overnight subfreezing temperatures have likely refrozen what has melted, and Tuesday’s morning commute is expected to be a slippery, chilly one.
Last week’s snow and rain pushed D.C. to become the fourth wettest year on record. Now the city is inches away from the all-time record set back in 1889.
Thursday had far messier weather than people seemed to expect. And many thought forecasters dropped the (snow)ball. But they didn’t. Here’s what happened and how meteorologists are often faced with a “lose-lose” situation.
Already getting stir crazy from being snowed in? Here are a few places that will make it worth your while to venture out in the elements.
ACT tests at some D.C.-area high schools are canceled on Saturday with a snowy forecast ahead.
Shell shocked from last winter, D.C. leaders are getting ahead of the season, preparing for how to better plow the streets and predict storms like the one that stranded drivers for hours last January.
As a snow storm swept through the region on Presidents Day, WTOP’S Dave Dildine biked through the nation’s capital, sending back these snowy snapshots of iconic presidential landmarks along the way. Check out these lovely images and share yours by tweeting @WTOP, using the #WTOP tag.
Here is a quick look at what you need to know when it comes to traffic, transit and the forecast.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for much of the D.C. metro area, and a mix of rain and snow could make for a difficult morning commute Tuesday.
See photos of the days after the blizzard of 2016.
What’s the snow like from a dog’s perspective? Check out the video.
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.
A family from Phoenix, Arizona, had already purchased plane tickets for a teen’s celebration, but then as the big day neared — out came a forecast calling for a lot of snow.
Many residential streets are among the last roadways plowed, but across the region, neighbors are pitching in to help dig each other out while they wait for the snowplows.
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