A low pressure system racing northward through the Carolinas will bring alternating rounds of rain and snow to the D.C. region from late Sunday morning into the overnight hours on Monday. Here’s what you need to know.
The workweek ended with chilly rain for the area and after a cloudy respite on Saturday with temperatures in the 50s, Sunday brings a potential for another snow event. Here’s what you need to know.
A deadly crash led to major problems for the Friday morning commute on the Capital Beltway, and police said the wet and at times snowy weather may have been a factor.
Arlington Public Schools made the call to move from a delay to a closing just before 6 a.m. — about the time the storm was tapering off there. Some parents were not amused.
You won’t find much snow out there, but you will see more foul weather Friday: Rain is in the forecast. Check the forecast and snow totals from around the region.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from 10 p.m. Thursday to 10 a.m. Friday for D.C., and parts of Maryland and Virginia. Snow is expected to start Thursday night and continue into early Friday, making for a slippery morning commute.
An Amtrak train with almost 200 people aboard hit downed trees during a blizzard and got stranded in the Oregon mountains for a day and a half, but passengers and crew banded together during the ordeal that ended Tuesday. See photos.
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A wind speed of 74 mph — hurricane strength — was reported in Tucker County, West Virginia, on Sunday night. A speed of 61 mph was recorded at the Pittsburgh airport.
Hang tough and hold on to your hats, D.C.: The area will finally get some relief this evening from the repeated blasts of chilly wind. A high wind advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Gusts could reach up to 55 mph. It follows what has been a rowdy start to the work week. Gusts of up to 60 mph knocked out power for thousands, and downed trees and wires blocked roadways.
Weekend storms raked parts of the Southeast, leaving deaths and injuries in their wake as a tornado smashed into a commercial district in a small Mississippi city and drenching rains fed a rising flood threat.
Sunday might be warm, but strong winds and a risk for isolated power outages are gearing up to make the start of the week a less than ideal respite from winter weather. The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for much for of the WTOP listening area, with gusts up to 50 miles per hour possible through Monday morning. Here’s what you need to know.
The power has been knocked out Thursday morning for hundreds in Northern Virginia. Crews say it’s due to downed power lines and hope to have power restored later in the morning.
Heavy snow fell across nearly the entire D.C. region, blanketing parts of the area in several inches Wednesday. Here’s a look at snow totals from the National Weather Service.
The snow that hit the D.C. area Wednesday is basically over, but as sleet and freezing rain move in, the roads still require careful driving. Some weather advisories have been canceled, while others have been extended as cold temperatures hold on. Here’s what you need to know.
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