A beat-up road on the fringes of Rock Creek Park could take longer to repair than first thought after getting pummeled by floodwaters late last month.
News outlets quote the National Weather Service as estimating one to five inches of rain fell across the region Thursday.
The sun should finally break through the clouds in the D.C. area on Sunday afternoon as the area finally gets a break from the rain. There are still some flooding threats. Here’s what you need to know.
Heavy rains falling over the weekend have led to flood watches and warnings throughout the D.C. region.
More rainfall is on the way for the new workweek but without the blocked weather pattern in place anymore, the rainfall is unlikely to be as soaking as last week.
For this work week, disturbances in the jet stream riding along a meandering front will mean several chances for even more beneficial rains.
March and April have been unusually dry. Officially, there is no drought yet in the WTOP listening area because the dry recent pattern has mostly impacted just topsoil and brush.
It\’s hard to complain about the weather in D.C. this spring. But those warm, sunny days have put the area in a drought.
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