The first full day of spring will be the rainiest day in nearly a month — and the super soaker left much of the region with flooding to contend with.
A rainy and windy day with temperatures in the mid-50s is in store for much of the D.C. area Thursday. A flood watch is in effect in the area.
Through Thursday evening, rain totals in the area could reach an inch to an inch and a half, a forecast which prompted a Flood Watch from the National Weather Service between 4 a.m. and 3 p.m. Thursday.
As the storms move east and merge together, flood watches have been issued for the entire East Coast from Florida to Maine. There are 17 states under flood watches on Thursday.
After a soggy start to the weekend that broke a daily record at Reagan National Airport, bringing more than 2 1/2 inches of rain, showers are finally tapering off Sunday evening. But wet roads and puddles of rain could freeze overnight, as some parts of the region will see temperatures in the low 30s. Here’s what you need to know.
Rain will continue to pour down onto the region until Sunday evening. A flood warning is in effect for parts of Virginia until 10:30 p.m. and most of the region is under a flood watch until Sunday morning. Area roads have flooded and drivers should take caution. Here’s what you need to know.
Heavy rain and dense fog were in the forecast heading into the weekend, as the D.C. area’s longest rain-free stretch of the year comes to a sudden end starting Friday afternoon.
Light scattered showers can be expected throughout Thursday, and the heavier pours of rain are forecast to come around 9 p.m. and through the overnight hours. Flood watches are posted for parts of the WTOP listening area.
More rain is in the forecast as Hurricane Florence approaches the east coast.
Even more wet weather is in the forecast for Friday, with most of the region under a flash flood watch until 6 a.m. Saturday. Here’s what you need to know.
Showers are expected to continue on Sunday and temperatures might struggle to get above 70, here’s what you need to know.
It’s one eye on the sky, the other on the streams in downtown Ellicott City, where potentially heavy rain remains in the forecast over the next few days.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A flood watch has been issued for the District of Columbia, northern Virginia, Baltimore and other parts of Maryland. The National Weather Service issued the watch early Wednesday morning. It will be…
Heavy rain is expected to continue to fall on the D.C. region
through Wednesday, bringing with it a chance for flooding.
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