It’s hard to believe that after two days that felt like May, we are talking about snow on the horizon, but that is the case in the WTOP area. Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts explains what’s coming and when it will arrive.
Temperatures on Tuesday eclipsed record warm levels, and they’ll come close on Wednesday. But be prepared for a snowy blast of winter on Thursday.
Monday morning’s snow is not expected to amount to more than an inch or two, but area highway officials say that with smaller snow storms, timing is everything. Here’s what the Monday-morning commute is looking like.
This time last year, the great Blizzard of 2016 was finishing its pass over the D.C. region and basically brought the East Coast to a standstill, stranding thousands and shutting down the nation’s capital for days.
Inauguration Day should be mild but rainy, Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says. Inaugurals past have seen some rough weather, though — check out some of the history.
A cold front working its way through the region will cause temperatures to drop and bringing freezing rain and sleet along.
A storm system from the south brought snow to the D.C. area Saturday, with a winter weather advisory in effect for most counties. See photos, videos and tweets chronicling the snowy weather. Have photos or videos to share? Tweet them @wtop or email email@example.com.
Storm Team 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says snow is on the way. Find out when it gets here and how much the area may get.
When it comes to snow in Washington, residents are used to two extremes: scarcely any or way too much.
Just four times in the past 50 years has the D.C. region celebrated Christmas with 1 inch or more of snow on the ground. So will there be snow on the ground this year? Storm Team 4 Meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts breaks down the history and what the forecast says this year.
Freezing rain hit the D.C. area early Saturday morning, resulting in closures, event cancellations and dangerous conditions on the roads.
We are about to run the gamut of winter weather as we head into the weekend. Precipitation amounts will be small but the cold air will prove to be very dangerous once the precip begins to fall, and you should think twice before traveling early Saturday morning.
Lyn Riggins, with the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, says WSSC can face 400 to 600 water main breaks in a cold winter month. It’ll handle the outside mains; here’s how to protect the pipes in your home.
In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, the Maryland State Highway Administration has reduced its use of road salt by 40 percent over the past three winters — and more reductions are on the way.
Hoping to avoid icy and dangerous roads, crews across the region are preparing for the changing predictions of winter weather this weekend.
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