If you were hoping for a white Christmas, well, once again, those hopes are shattered. However, it will certainly feel more like Christmas around here as compared to the past!
Millions of people are starting their Christmas travel on Thursday, and the weather has turned nasty just in time. Find out when conditions will be at their worst.
As the storms move east and merge together, flood watches have been issued for the entire East Coast from Florida to Maine. There are 17 states under flood watches on Thursday.
The near-constant rain that fell over the weekend across the D.C. region smashed an annual record, stranded drivers and caused sewer overflows.
If you’re waking up and getting on the roads in the far outer regions of the D.C. area, be aware that some wet roads could have some ice accumulation overnight, as temperatures may have touched the low 30s.
After a soggy start to the weekend that broke a daily record at Reagan National Airport, bringing more than 2 1/2 inches of rain, showers are finally tapering off Sunday evening. But wet roads and puddles of rain could freeze overnight, as some parts of the region will see temperatures in the low 30s. Here’s what you need to know.
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Rain will continue to pour down onto the region until Sunday evening. A flood warning is in effect for parts of Virginia until 10:30 p.m. and most of the region is under a flood watch until Sunday morning. Area roads have flooded and drivers should take caution. Here’s what you need to know.
With Reagan Airport reporting 61.34 inches of rain for the year on Saturday morning, 2018 will go down as D.C.’s wettest calendar year on record — and the rain is still falling.
Heavy rain and dense fog were in the forecast heading into the weekend, as the D.C. area’s longest rain-free stretch of the year comes to a sudden end starting Friday afternoon.
Parts of the WTOP listening area are cleaning up after a storm dumped close to a foot of snow in southwestern Virginia and prompted school closings and delays in both Virginia and Maryland.
The D.C. area may see some snow flurries or showers during Sunday’s winter storm, though accumulation will be less than significant. The greatest impact will be felt in southern Maryland and central Virginia. Still, what forecasters have dubbed “conversational wintry weather” could make for slippery roadways and an icy start to the workweek. Here’s what you need to know.
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