Snow began to accumulate in the southern suburbs of D.C. late Sunday afternoon. Some residents in the snowy areas sent in some photos of what they were seeing while they were wrapping up their weekend. See photos.
A winter storm tearing through the Southeast threatens to keep residents stuck at home with days of dangerous driving conditions, canceled flights and power outages.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Saturday he’d declared an emergency to help state agencies prepare for a storm that’s expected to hit hard the southern part of the state.
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.
Virginia is ready for whatever snow could come late Sunday into Monday, transportation officials said Wednesday, even though they hope the storm stays to the south of the state.
The National Weather Service has issued an advisory for up to 4 inches of snow through Wednesday evening in parts of southern West Virginia, northeast Kentucky and southwest Virginia.
Normally, holding an annual snow summit in mid-November would be ahead of the game. But this year, Mother Nature beat D.C. to the punch, dropping a mix of snow and sleet on the city two days before an annual convention meant to show off the latest snow preparation efforts.
Icy roads caused a plethora of traffic troubles throughout the D.C. area Friday morning, but relief is in sight. The Chain Bridge, which was mostly a sheet of ice earlier, has now reopened; other roads are beginning to clear up as well.
One of the first big storms of the season moved across the eastern half of the country Thursday. See photos.
The early-season snow left varying amounts of accumulation on the D.C. area Thursday. Find out how much your area got.
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.
D.C.’s first snowfall has created conditions that are cold, wet and dangerous for many commuters. It isn’t just snow either. There’s also sleet and freezing rain to contend with. See photos.
Drivers across the D.C. area who took to the roads Thursday morning encountered icy, slushy conditions as snow fell more furiously than many expected — right during the heart of the morning commute.
Winter weather has not hit the D.C. region just yet, but plow drivers hit the road Friday for a dry run exercise in preparation for snow and ice. See photos.
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