A large nor’easter is expected to bring heavy late-season snow to the listening area. The impact will last for days after the storm is over.
With snow in the forecast for March, some D.C.-area residents have been in preparation mode for Monday night’s nor’easter.
Just when work crews were switching gears for spring, a blast of winter weather will bring them back to prep for snow.
A nor’easter is expected to sock the Northeast Monday and Tuesday, bringing with it snow, and high winds.
As the forecast of winter weather looms, WTOP’s Dave Dildine highlights the most-memorable snowstorms to strike the D.C. region during the month of March.
A smattering of rain and wet snow left a light coating on some grassy areas around D.C. Friday morning and a cold blast of winter temperatures is forecast for the weekend.
Snowflakes and cherry petals could coincide in the final acts of an ambivalent winter season.
Forecasters are making clear that a wide range of outcomes is still possible, including a rainy washout or no precipitation at all. But yes, a system coming from the Midwest could — could — bring the D.C. area some snow.
A rare wintertime tornado touched down in Maryland on Saturday, snapping trees, tearing shingles and fraying nerves along an over 8-mile long path.
Severe thunderstorms swept through the area on Saturday afternoon, bringing in 60 mph wind gusts and hail the size of ping pong balls.
Despite a relatively mild winter in the area, the grand total for nationwide pothole damage could be even higher, AAA says.
This month is on tap to be one of the warmest Februaries for the region — and this winter is likely to be one of the warmest.
Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer admits that, in several ways, winter has not turned out the way he expected. “March could be the month that we actually see some snowfall.”
“Just like us, the bugs are simply loving this warm weather,” said Mike Raupp, professor of entomology at the University of Maryland.
Warmer weather continues Monday, but don’t look for the weekend’s temperatures, although it will feel more like April than February. Meteorologist Matt Ritter spells out what the rest of the week will be like, and whether you will need your umbrella.
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