Even though the D.C. region dodged the worst of this weekend’s coastal storm, a wave of freezing air is creeping in from southeastern Canada. The D.C. Department of Human Services announced late Sunday afternoon that the city has activated its cold emergency plan. Here’s what you need to know.
With cold weather expected this week, now is the time to take action to prepare your home. AAA Mid-Atlantic has some tips on how to protect your home from freezing pipes and other frigid weather blunders.
A major winter storm that blanketed most of the Midwest with snow earlier in the weekend barreled toward New England Sunday, where it was expected to cause transportation havoc ranging from slick and clogged roads to hundreds of cancelled airline flights.
Those ready for a break from the blast of winter weather this past week won’t see any relief over the weekend. Forecasts predict yet another round of snow headed to the D.C. area. To make matters worse, the National Weather Service has issued both a Winter Storm Warning and a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the region Saturday and Sunday.
Northeast Corridor service between New York and Washington will run as scheduled, but runs to D.C. from Chicago, and routes north of New York, are affected.
Friday morning commuters may find slick conditions on the roads. A number of school systems in Maryland and Virginia are opening late due to the weather conditions. Here’s what you need to know.
The Northeast is bracing for an intense winter storm right after parts of California have seen almost a foot of rain this week. Two storm systems have headed east.
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The weather service has expanded a Winter Weather Advisory to include the entire D.C. area. Drivers should expect “slippery road conditions and sidewalks,” and the hazardous conditions may linger overnight, as temperatures fall below freezing. This could affect the Friday morning commute. Here’s what you need to know.
Roads and sidewalks may have refrozen overnight, but the Wednesday morning commute shouldn’t be as bad. As Maryland, Virginia and D.C. emerge from the first major snowstorm of the year, another round of wintry weather may be on the way. WTOP has the details. Here’s what you need to know.
Even though the D.C. area saw itself thaw out Monday after a major snowstorm over the weekend, overnight subfreezing temperatures have likely refrozen what has melted, and Tuesday’s morning commute is expected to be a slippery, chilly one.
See photos as the D.C. region endures the first snowstorm of the year.
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While the D.C. area doesn’t have to worry about additional snowfall (for a few days at least), subfreezing temperatures after dark will make for dicey travel overnight and into Tuesday morning’s commute. The impact of the winter storm that swept through the D.C. area over the weekend will stretch into Tuesday in the form of school delays and closings. Here’s the latest.
This weekend’s storm dumped several inches of snow while most of the D.C. region slept — more than enough for dicey conditions on roadways and weekend activities to be canceled.
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