With brutally cold weather, simple observation under your vehicle’s hood can prevent on-road breakdowns.
The D.C. area felt a wave of winter weather Saturday, its first significant snowfall in December since 2013. The day’s weather even broke snowfall records in all three of the region’s airports. Here’s what you may have missed and what you need to know for Sunday.
Winter is here. As the D.C. area deals with its first bout of winter weather, here’s everything you need to know about what the weather has in store and how it will affect your weekend travels.
The D.C. region could see its first snowfall of the season this weekend. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for midnight to 4 p.m. Saturday. Here’s what you need to know.
The National Weather Service has since recorded the maximum wind gusts in counties in Maryland and Virginia, observed in the last 23 hours.
What will winter bring this year? NBC Washington’s chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer released his Storm Team 4 Winter Weather Outlook.
There may be some clouds in the D.C. area dotting the sky, but they are not expected to interfere completely with eclipse viewing.
Heavy rain Tuesday morning flooded roads in Arlington County and parts of upper Northwest D.C. and could cause flash flooding into the afternoon.
Power outages, several water rescues and a fire caused by lighting were among the weather woes caused by heavy rains in D.C. Saturday.
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for D.C. and large parts of Maryland and Virginia.
Here are some images of Thursday’s severe weather shared by listeners (and by some of WTOP’s own).
After pounding the D.C. area Friday, there’s no relief in sight heading into Saturday. Widespread rain of 1 to 3 inches is likely, but some areas might see more. Here’s what you need to know.
A rare, strong tornado touched down in Stevensville, Maryland, early Monday morning, tearing apart the upper floors of townhomes, ripping off roofs and taking down trees, according to the National Weather Service. About 6,000 homes and businesses remain without electricity hours after the violent storm tore along Kent Island.
Daytime highs for Friday will reach 100 degrees, accompanied by heat and humidity, but it could feel much, much worse than that.
Thursday won’t just be hot, it will be dangerous. The D.C. region is entering what will likely be the hottest stretch of the summer with the heat index over 100 degrees the next few days. Here’s what you need to know.