A powerful storm will pound the Northeast with drenching rain, howling winds and surging waves for a second day Saturday. Heavy snow, rain and potentially “dangerous” winds developed overnight across the Northeast and northern Mid-Atlantic regions, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported Friday. The nor’easter has already killed at least four people, canceled 3,000 flights, snarled ground […]
The Biggest Snow Storm has hit the DMV. Not as bad as we though it would be in most area’s. You may want to still stay inside if possible. The Roads are very icy. Here are the latest closings in the area. Allegany Co. Public Schools: Closed Today; Code Blue American University: Closed Today Anne […]
This snow that is just hours away from touching down in the Maryland area is supposed to be a rough one. How AMAZING would it be if the meteorologist were wrong this time as they were the other 50 times this season? The storm system that is coming this way is expected to bring heavy […]
One Bernie Sanders supporter did his shade duty this week by leaving a female motorist stuck in the snow because she's a Donald Trump fan.
If you were wondering, the Groundhog got it right this year. We have a couple of warnings and advisories for the week. Tuesday brings the chance of snow, sleet, and rain. Check the latest from the National Weather Service and get ready, Thursday looks like another nice one, if you like snow days.
Baby, it’s cold outside! In case you’re living under a rock, you’ve missed the big snowstorm named Juno that’s currently wreaking havoc in the northeast.…
A deadly winter storm caused power failures and flight cancellations in Dallas on Saturday, while sleet and freezing rain were forecast for much of the Tennessee Valley and the mid-Atlantic on Sunday. Read More
Another batch of heavy snow and frigid temperatures is forecast from Virginia to New England as a winter storm bears down on the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Read More: washingtontimes.com
Dreaming of a White Christmas in Washington, D.C.? Dream ten times and once it will become reality. Yes, ten percent- that’s the lowly chance of having at least one inch of snow on the ground at 7 a.m. Christmas morning in our nation’s capital. Read More