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.
A businesswoman who owns several properties on the main street of the former mill town said “everybody kind of has PTSD” in the wake of the second devastating flash flood event in two years.
After an onslaught of showers and storms Wednesday night, roads are underwater and waterways are overflowing across the D.C. region. Here’s what you need to know.
More severe weather is hampering our region with a flash flood watch in effect for the third straight day for the entire D.C. area and a flood warning in effect for parts of Maryland and Virginia. Here’s what you need to know.
The National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday evening that an early morning tornado touched down for about a minute in the Lincolnia area. See photos.
A woman was killed Monday night after a tree fell on her home in Burke, Virginia. Fire and rescue crews are trying to stabilize the scene so they can investigate exactly what happened.
After a very wet weekend, showers and thunderstorms are starting off a workweek of rainy, wet weather in the D.C. region, with flood warnings and watches in place around the area.
Rescuers have saved two men who were stranded in a Maryland river after their canoe capsized during a downpour.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the D.C. area until 5 a.m. on Monday. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to hit the D.C. area on Sunday afternoon. The new round of rain combined with all the rain from Saturday could lead to flash flooding. Here’s what you need to know.
WSSC estimates that 983,000 gallons spilled into Broad Creek in Fort Washington, Maryland, from Saturday night into early Sunday morning.
It rained on Saturday, like, it rained a lot. In fact, D.C. more than doubled its previous record for recorded rainfall on July 21, which was set more than 100 years ago. Here’s how much rain parts of the D.C. area saw.
As heavy rains pour down onto the D.C. area Saturday, drivers in the region have taken a hit due to flooding conditions and other traffic troubles. Here’s what you need to know.
The D.C. area, including all of northern Maryland, is under a flash flood watch until 2 a.m. Sunday. The start of the heavy rain that’s expected to continue throughout the week has already impacted traffic, led to some power outages in the region and canceled the Nationals game Saturday. Here’s what you need to know.
Friday is likely to be the last dry day for a while as an “ugly” weather pattern settles over the D.C. region, bringing rain showers and thunderstorms every single day for up to a week.
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