The snowstorm that paralyzed the D.C. region in January during rush hour is offering lessons to area officials on how to respond to what might come next winter.
By the time spring officially arrives, the D.C. area will be in the middle of a weather system that will look a lot more like winter.
Recent winters have featured above average March snowfalls. Here’s a look at some of the snowiest.
A woman was killed outside of Leesburg late Monday night after she rear-ended a backhoe during a freezing rain storm.
Presidents Day’s smorgasbord of weather is slowly melting leaving behind potholes and the chance of flooding and sunshine.
WASHINGTON – While temperatures rose quickly, melting icy areas around the D.C. region, ice did bring down trees and tree limbs and cause power outages. Quick Links: Weather Traffic Commuting/Travel issues Closings and Delays Power…
The region’s warm-up and changeover from snow to rain is happening at different speeds in different areas, and that’s leading to a wide range of conditions on area roads.
More and more potholes are emerging because of the repeating weather pattern of snow, ice and rain.
Here is a quick look at what you need to know when it comes to traffic, transit and the forecast.
State highway officials and road-watchers in the WTOP Traffic Center are unanimous: If you can stay home, do it. If you have to go out, slow down.
Working to prevent or deal with frozen water pipes can cause more problems than you might realize.
This may be a busy weekend at local burn units. The problem isn’t fire — it’s the extreme cold that is blanketing the region.
Tuesday morning began with a mix of rain and snow around the region, with temperatures hovering right around the freezing mark. And that could lead to some difficult, and changing, conditions, on the roads.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for much of the D.C. metro area, and a mix of rain and snow could make for a difficult morning commute Tuesday.
Snow headed to the D.C. metro area could make for a tricky Tuesday morning commute.
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