Temperatures are set to reach the mid-90s and the heat index is expected to hit 100 Monday, prompting D.C. to activate its heat emergency plan. Here’s what you need to know.
Even more wet weather is in the forecast for Friday, with most of the region under a flash flood watch until 6 a.m. Saturday. Here’s what you need to know.
The National Weather Service said up to six inches of rain fell within hours, filling College Lake near Lynchburg, Virginia, beyond capacity.
A tornado briefly touched down in Charlottesville, Virginia, and caused some damage to a high school, the National Weather Service confirmed Thursday.
A dog stranded on the rocks by floodwaters on Difficult Run near Great Falls, Virginia, was saved from a watery fate by rescue crews. See video.
The sinkhole in the southbound lanes of Father Hurley Boulevard in Germantown happened when a 38-year-old piece of a rusted metal culvert failed. The failure occurred after heavy rains the day before.
The driver and a passenger got trapped Wednesday morning on an inundated part of Browns Mill Road, covered in the bloated, swift-flowing Difficult Run in the Vienna, Virginia, area.
The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for parts of the D.C. area that will last through the afternoon. Severe storms are possible this evening. Here’s what you need to know.
A wet pattern is taking shape across the eastern U.S. again. Numerous to widespread thunderstorms are expected as a frontal system from the west approaches and stalls over the region.
Tires, trees and other debris floating in Chesapeake Bay is why you can’t swim at Sandy Point State Park, a popular beach just before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
This July is fourth, but not in a way that has to do with Independence Day. Dubious though the honor may be, July 2018 is the fourth-wettest July on record for the Washington area. Find out the record-making rain totals.
The already-soaked D.C. region weathered even more storms and flood conditions Friday. Fortunately, a somewhat-drier forecast lies ahead this weekend.
Heavy downpours have led to flash flood watches and problems out on the roads this week. See photos.
The wild stretch of wet summer weather has drenched the D.C. area with more and more rainfall on top of already waterlogged ground.
Thursday offered some dry relief to a region weary from flooding. But more wet weather, unfortunately, is likely in the days ahead.
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.