Tuesday was another hot and muggy day with heat indexes approaching 100 degrees until thunderstorms hit in the afternoon. Keep an eye out for scattered thunderstorms until Tuesday evening.
In case of other heat emergencies throughout this summer, here’s a resource for cooling centers, shelters and spaces around the D.C. region to help keep people safe and out of sweltering weather.
A heat advisory is in effect for the D.C. area as temperatures are expected to reach the 90s and heat index could get up to 105. That could create some dangerous conditions. Here’s what you need to know.
High temperatures and humidity raises the risk of serious heat-related illnesses. Doctors have tips to keep you safe and comfortable.
Summer gets ahead of itself, as a heat wave brews in the D.C. area a few days before spring officially says so long.
The pleasant and mild stretch of weather that the area has been experiencing is coming to an end, and in its place is the potential for a heat wave.
The official start to summer is still a week away, but a heat wave will be bringing extreme temperatures to much of our area ahead of that. And if you’re hot, the Humane Rescue Alliance reminds you that your pets will be too.
The D.C. area is once again getting hit with heavy rains and threats of flooding. A flash flood watch has been issued for parts of the area that extends until 5 a.m. Monday.
After a short hiatus, stormy weather continues for parts of the D.C. region. Storm Team 4 meteorologists Somara Theodore said severe thunderstorms are possible through the evening and floods may threaten the region through the end of the weekend.
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The Capital Pride Parade is one of the biggest events of Pride Month with thousands of people expected to come to the D.C. area. That could mean some traffic headaches and concerning weather. Here’s what you need to know.
The Potomac River has flooded parts of the Georgetown Waterfront Tuesday and flooding conditions are expected to continue into later in the week.
The rain has stopped, but the chance for flooding hasn’t. Many rivers and streams in the D.C. area still flooding, leading to a lot of headaches on the roadways for the Monday morning commute. Roads prone to flooding in many neighborhoods may be blocked until floodwaters recede.
The flooding on May 27 overwhelmed Ellicott City’s stormwater drainage network and inundated the quaint historic district on the Patapsco River. As development continues, experts say planners must continue considering the effects on stormwater runoff in future projects across the DMV.
A Facebook post from Sheriff Erik Weaver and reports the body of 43-year-old Tasha Hardy was recovered Saturday morning.
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.