Strawberry farmers are rushing to protect their crop from the cold temperatures. Agriculture experts say peaches and blueberries are also at risk.
From D.C. to Maine, a strong winter storm was hitting the Northeast on Tuesday. A look at the impacts from around the country.
Maryland officials are urging motorists to stay home while crews clear a mix of snow, sleet and rain from roads across the state.
Sleet, snow and rain lashed the Northeast Monday into Tuesday, coating much of the Washington-to-Boston corridor in a blanket of white. See photos.
The eagle cam at the U.S. National Arboretum captured a heartwarming scene amid a late-winter storm as Mr. President joined his mate, First Lady, hunkered down over their two eggs to protect them from the sudden onslaught of winter weather.
Officials in Virginia are warning people to be cautious on the roads after a late-season storm dropped a mix of snow, sleet and rain.
The late-season storm making its way through the D.C. region has brought snow and sleet to the area, delaying starts for federal agencies for Tuesday, closing major school systems and causing some power outages. Check out everything you need to know — from closings and delays to updated road conditions.
Gov. Larry Hogan is urging Maryland residents to prepare for “a significant winter storm event.”
D.C. area power companies have been evaluating whether they need to enlist help from other regions as part of a mutual aid agreement ahead of Monday night’s snowstorm.
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.