Batten down the hatches. High winds and wet weather are poised to soak the D.C. area this morning. Gusts exceeding 60 mph are possible.
A line of slow-moving storms meshed with a weak frontal system that had stalled over Maryland to create the intense rainmaker that dumped almost 6 inches of rain on Howard County in just 2 hours Saturday night.
D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh said that Tuesday’s flood of a Metro station in Cleveland Park has finally pushed the District to finally address drainage problems that regularly plague the station and the street above.
Skies turned dark across the D.C. area on June 21, 2016 as severe weather and heavy rain moved through the region.
Storms moved through the D.C. area Wednesday evening, causing damage around trees and roads, and also setting off some lovely sunrise rainbows across the area Thursday morning.
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Thunderstorms laced with lightning regularly roll through the
D.C. area in the warm summer months. And when thunder is booming and lightning is
flashing, the safest place is indoors. But there are lightning risks inside the
sturdiest building and a car or truck can provide fairly safe shelter outdoors.
A refreshing air mass with pleasant temperatures is ahead, but not before more oppressive humidity and the possibility of storms.
WASHINGTON — Storms on Thursday rolled over Fairfax County in Northern Virginia, knocking down trees and throwing out power for thousands of customers in the region. No one was injured, officials say, but the storm’s…
As severe summer storms move through the area, there\’s a chance insurance claims will be filed because of home damage. If Mother Nature\’s fury sends a tree limb crashing, those limbs and holes needed moved or patched.
When heavy rains and rush hours coincide, delays are inevitable.
Thursday, the worst of the region\’s traffic woes have correlated with the flash flood
warnings issued for Loudoun County in Virginia and Montgomery and Frederick
counties in Maryland.
Homes were evacuated as a swift storm with expected heavy rain moved toward drought plagued Southern California, bringing worries of mudslides where recent wildfires destroyed ground cover and left hillsides exposed.
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