There’s good news for Washingtonians: Forecast guidance has shifted faster and further to the south, leaving anything measurable well to the south of the D.C. area.
Brace yourselves, D.C. — winter is back. After a few days of unseasonably warm weather, cooler air moved into the area once again with a chance of snow on Sunday night into Monday afternoon.
This weekend’s storm dumped several inches of snow while most of the D.C. region slept — more than enough for dicey conditions on roadways and weekend activities to be canceled.
The D.C. region endured its first major snowstorm of 2019, bringing with it rounds of closures and icy road conditions.
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.
These aerial images from NOAA offer a stark look at how there’s nothing left in some parts where houses once stood.
“It’s important to take a strong stand against looting,” the Wilmington deputy police chief said. “This community has been through a lot right now, and we feel very strongly that looters are exploiting people that are vulnerable at a time like this.”
Hurricane Florence is lashing cities along the Carolina shore with winds of up to 90 miles per hour. Watch a livestream from near the shore.
Hurricane Florence is churning toward the East Coast, expected to become a life-threatening major hurricane. Here’s what’s in store for the D.C. region.
Meteorologists said Florence had strengthened into a hurricane again by late Sunday morning. Forecasters say the storm will rapidly spin up into a major hurricane, with widespread impacts possible from torrential from rain and winds throughout the East Coast. Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina have declared states of emergency.
Severe storms caused flooding in the D.C. metro area Tuesday, slowing drivers and blocking roads. See pictures and videos from across the area.
See photos of the strong storm that moved through the D.C. area Thursday evening.
A strong band of storms rolled into the Washington, D.C. area late Tuesday afternoon, prompting a series of watches and warnings for both severe thunderstorms and flooding through the evening.
As the East Coast rubbed its eyes in disbelief at the stunning forecast for Wednesday, Mother Nature showed she was in no rush for warm weather. Here are sights from around the region.
The D.C. region could feel the impact of a snowy/wet mix on Monday night into Tuesday morning, even stretching into Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
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.