See photos as the D.C. region endures the first snowstorm of the year.
Winter storm watches have been posted for parts of the area from noon Saturday until noon Sunday ahead of the first snowstorm the D.C. area has seen since November. Potential accumulation is looking to be around 4 to 7 inches for most of the area. WTOP has the info you need.
Take a look back at the remarkable weather that bellowed through the nation’s capital in 2018 through some amazing images.
The D.C. area is cleaning up after one of the biggest spring snowstorm’s in the area’s history. Roads are in fairly good shape although there are several closings and delays. Here’s what you need to know as the clean up continues.
The spring snow is leaving the area, tapering to snow showers across the region that are predicted to end around midnight. But dropping temperatures will likely cause slick road surfaces in the nighttime and into the morning.
Forecasters expect a weather disturbance to bring a mix of rain and wet snow to parts of the D.C. area midweek, but it’s the storm due to arrive by Monday next week that is raising some eyebrows.
D.C. Public Schools’ decision to open two hours late on Tuesday met with negative reactions on social media, but parents at an elementary school in Tenleytown took the decision in stride.
Sleet, snow and rain lashed the Northeast Monday into Tuesday, coating much of the Washington-to-Boston corridor in a blanket of white. See photos.
The eagle cam at the U.S. National Arboretum captured a heartwarming scene amid a late-winter storm as Mr. President joined his mate, First Lady, hunkered down over their two eggs to protect them from the sudden onslaught of winter weather.
D.C. area power companies have been evaluating whether they need to enlist help from other regions as part of a mutual aid agreement ahead of Monday night’s snowstorm.
The D.C. area may have dodged the worst of the storm pounding the Northeast on Thursday, but what if travelers need to get on the road? The advice from WTOP’s traffic experts is: Don’t.
The D.C. Auditor said the big bill for responding to the snowstorm was partly the result of contractors overcharging the city and other violations of federal procurement law.
Maryland and Virginia officials were hammered with traffic problems, crashes, outages and more as a result of weekend winter weather. Here’s a look at the resources activated and response by state.
The snowstorm that paralyzed the D.C. region in January during rush hour is offering lessons to area officials on how to respond to what might come next winter.
President Barack Obama has authorized federal disaster funds for D.C. and Maryland to offset the costs of responding to a major snowstorm in January.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.