The vernal equinox is better known as the first day of spring. NBC meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts explains what that means and takes a look at local stats on the first day of spring.
After a brief taste of springlike weather, the region is once again in the path of a — thankfully small — bout of winter weather. Here’s what you need to know about the likely snow shower.
“Nice” may be a relative term for Thursday’s weather after Wednesday’s nasty wind and cold air but at least you won’t have to hold on to your hat as you walk through the Washington region now that the chilly gusts are blowing out. Still, don’t forget to pack your Thermos of hot coffee: Snow and rain are primed to plague Friday and temperatures won’t get anywhere near 50 until Saturday.
A winter weather system has the region locked in its crosshairs. Winter storm warnings and advisories are posted for the region, with snow, sleet, freeing rain and rain all in the mix through Wednesday evening. Here’s what to expect.
Brace yourselves, D.C. — winter is back. After a few days of unseasonably warm weather, cooler air moved into the area once again with a chance of snow on Sunday night into Monday afternoon.
If you were hoping for a white Christmas, well, once again, those hopes are shattered. However, it will certainly feel more like Christmas around here as compared to the past!
If your travels this weekend take you south of Interstate 64 in Virginia and into North Carolina, you may want to reconsider, NBC Washington meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says. This could be a historic storm for portions of Western North Carolina.
All the ingredients are in place for a potential snowstorm in our area for the Sunday/Monday time frame. It is looking likely that a good portion of the mid-Atlantic will be impacted, but the questions remain as to what locations will be hit.
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.
Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says she foresees “wind with a few showers,” starting perhaps late Wednesday night.
The area has dodged a very large bullet, in the form of high winds and a catastrophic deluge. That could change when the storm steers northeast early this week.
Rain, thunderstorms and local flash flood watches are in the forecast Saturday with many outdoor concerts and events on the schedule for the D.C. area.
Strong to severe storms closed out the weekend and there’s an unsettled, rainy forecast for the rest of the workweek.
In theory, it is spring in the D.C. area but the temperatures are making it feel a lot more like summer.
If you’re one of the many Americans traveling for Thanksgiving this week, you’re in luck, at least in terms of weather.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.