A likely tornado destroyed a motel, swept through a nearby mobile home park and caused significant damage in the Oklahoma City area, according to the National Weather Service.
Severe weather across the D.C. region put a damper on the start of Memorial Day weekend.
A tornado touched down in Howard County, Maryland, Thursday night and after severe weather passed through the D.C. area, it left thousands without power in Northern Virginia Friday morning and some continue without power on Saturday.
An intense storm system moved across the Southern Plains on Monday, spawning tornadoes that caused scattered damage and a deluge of rain but not the “particularly dangerous” twisters that forecasters had feared.
Data from the WTOP Traffic Center shows that Maryland state Route 450 was closed on at least 60 nonconsecutive days because of flooding last year.
A tornado touched down in Fairfax County, Virginia on Friday evening, bringing down trees and power lines in the Reston area — where severe damage led to a home being condemned.
A major storm system forming in the South will bring severe weather to the D.C. region as the National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch in effect Friday afternoon. Here’s what to expect.
Thousands of people are without power as powerful winds pummeled the D.C. region overnight, downing trees and power lines — and may even have spawned a few tornadoes.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch until 3 a.m. for much of the D.C. region, including Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Severe storms Sunday night into Monday morning could bring damaging winds, blinding rain, hail and possibly isolated tornadoes. Here’s what you need to know.
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Even as floodwaters receded in hard-hit places in in the Midwest, experts warned Saturday that with plenty of snow still left to melt in northern states, the relief may only be temporary.
A storm that dropped several inches of snow to parts of the Midwest over the weekend was heading toward the Northeast, where it could disrupt Monday morning commutes.
Hang tough and hold on to your hats, D.C.: The area will finally get some relief this evening from the repeated blasts of chilly wind. A high wind advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Gusts could reach up to 55 mph. It follows what has been a rowdy start to the work week. Gusts of up to 60 mph knocked out power for thousands, and downed trees and wires blocked roadways.
Heavy snow fell across nearly the entire D.C. region, blanketing parts of the area in several inches Wednesday. Here’s a look at snow totals from the National Weather Service.
Although most of the D.C. area will only see rain Sunday night, counties north and west of D.C. could see some freezing rain, sleet and icy roads.
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