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.
Those ready for a break from the blast of winter weather this past week won’t see any relief over the weekend. Forecasts predict yet another round of snow headed to the D.C. area. To make matters worse, the National Weather Service has issued both a Winter Storm Warning and a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the region Saturday and Sunday.
Roads and sidewalks may have refrozen overnight, but the Wednesday morning commute shouldn’t be as bad. As Maryland, Virginia and D.C. emerge from the first major snowstorm of the year, another round of wintry weather may be on the way. WTOP has the details. Here’s what you need to know.
There are seven states under flood or snow and ice alerts on Friday morning, including Oklahoma City and Atlanta, as a storm that brought record snowfall targets the Northeast with heavy rain over the weekend.
A federal utility that serves parts of seven southeastern states says 2018 was the wettest year on record in the Tennessee Valley.
D.C.’s wettest year on record is planning on going out with a bang. The rain is expected to start around 7 a.m. New Year’s Eve and carry us into 2019, according to StormTeam4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts.
It looks like 2018, already the rainiest year on record, isn’t going to rest on its laurels — rain is expected to continue through much of Friday.
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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.
Fire and rescue crews lead a llama to safety in Howard County after it was discovered in distress from flood waters in a local pasture.
With Reagan Airport reporting 61.34 inches of rain for the year on Saturday morning, 2018 will go down as D.C.’s wettest calendar year on record — and the rain is still falling.
With four days in the month left to go, November 2018 is now officially the rainiest November on record in D.C., breaking a 141-year-old record, according to the National Weather Service. And the unusually wet month means D.C. is now sitting at the No. 3 spot in terms of the rainiest year on record.
After a pleasant Thursday, skies will become cloudy as a storm system starts to move toward the D.C. area and could drench the region Friday.
With just the normal amount of rain in November and December, 2018 will become one of the wettest years in the area’s history.
Less than 10 days ago, the Washington area got slapped by the sudden onset of cold weather. Now, it looks like heavy rain Friday evening could cause headaches for commuters.
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