Memorial Day is the “unofficial” start to summer, but Mother Nature is going to make it ‘feel’ official for nearly a dozen states this holiday weekend.
The National Weather Service confirmed that a large and destructive twister moved over Jefferson City shortly before midnight Wednesday.
The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Howard County, Maryland. A strong line of strong thunderstorms passed through the D.C. area Thursday afternoon, bringing downed power lines and outages.
Memorial Day, the unofficial kickoff of summer, is coming up fast. Whether you’re staying put or hitting the beach, we’ve got the weather news you’ll need to plan for the weekend.
The D.C. area could see some storms anywhere between 4 p.m. and sunset. Some of them have the potential to be severe, bringing strong winds and hail.
Unveiling the seasonal forecast on Thursday, NBC Washington chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer not only predicts fewer days of extreme heat but also drier conditions compared with last year.
An unseasonably cool breeze and rain added to a dreary weather forecast that has helped set a D.C.-area record.
Data from the WTOP Traffic Center shows that Maryland state Route 450 was closed on at least 60 nonconsecutive days because of flooding last year.
Keep an umbrella handy as you head out to celebrate Mother’s day, with periods of heavy rain expected to drench the D.C. area Sunday.
When it comes to flooding, the problems most people think about are washed-out roads and underwater homes. But after rainstorms in Missouri and Iowa caused nearby rivers to rise, a family in Northeast Arkansas stumbled upon a 9-foot alligator far from its natural habitat — in their rice field.
Parts of the D.C. area are under a flood warning Sunday morning.
While it may remain dry for the morning hours with a mix of sun and clouds, showers and storms are forecast to develop in the afternoon hours and heavier rains are in store for the evening and overnight. Here’s what you need to know.
The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory until 9 a.m. Thursday. Visibility is only around a quarter mile or less, so driving will be impaired.
A frost advisory is in effect for parts of the region until 8 a.m. Monday as temperatures are expected to drop into the mid-30s.
Expect windy conditions lasting into Sunday, as a strong cold front which moved through the area on Friday afternoon pushes off the East Coast.
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