Florence is expected to intensify into a major hurricane by Tuesday, and is poised to threaten the U.S. East Coast.
The order issued Saturday by Gov. Ralph Northam helps mobilize resources to prepare for the storm, mitigate any damage and streamline the process Virginia uses to send assistance to other states.
The D.C. region experienced some periods of dryness Saturday but the continuing wet weather popped up again in the mid afternoon, delaying the already-postponed Nats game that was set to start at 3:05 p.m.
After a sweltering dayslong heat wave, wet weather is on the way for the weekend — and beyond.
Hurricane Florence has weakened to a tropical storm but will likely strengthen again into a major hurricane and could threaten the US East Coast by next week.
It isn’t just the heat and humidity during the day — the minimum temperatures at night are at record highs. Find out how bad the heat has been this month — and this year.
Prince George’s County Public Schools students will be let out two hours early Wednesday due to the expected high temperatures, a day after the school year just kicked off Tuesday.
Boaters evacuated to safe harbors, motorists left barrier islands and a number of schools called off as waves kicked up from the approaching Tropical Storm Gordon. Coastal residents from Florida to Louisiana hustled to prepare for a deluge as the storm grew stronger on a path to hit the central U.S. Gulf Coast as a hurricane Tuesday night.
With Labor Day over, fall is in sight, but heat and humidity this week makes it feel closer to July than pumpkin-flavor-everything season.
Don’t bet the farm on it, but the 200-year-old Farmers’ Almanac is calling for a 2019 winter that will be “colder-than-normal.” But how accurate are the predictions?
Labor Day weekend started with rain and flooding for parts of the D.C. area that will be followed by a hot, muggy Saturday with some downpours.
Got big outdoor plans this Labor Day weekend? Meteorologists are predicting clouds and scattered thunderstorms. WTOP has the full forecast.
Near-record temperatures have led to a heat advisory being issued for the D.C. area for the second day in a row. Here’s what you need to know.
Parts of the DC area could see temperatures as much as 15 degrees above normal for late August — which, coupled with humidity, will lead to heat indexes over 100.
Hawaii’s towering mountains might have ripped the storm to shreds, but Hurricane Lane still dumped several feet of rain on the mudslide-prone state.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.