The District of Columbia has activated a hypothermia alert due to plunging temperatures.
Gusts up to 55 mph are possible by early afternoon, which may cause scattered power outages.
Fifteen years in the making, the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, or GOES-R, drastically improves detection and observation.
A strong cold front that began moving through Saturday afternoon is ushering in the coldest air of the season for Sunday and Monday.
ICE opens at National Harbor this weekend, inviting families to go and enjoy an icy wonderland. This year's attraction will include Peanuts characters and Mrs. Claus. Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug...
Sunny skies to start, but clouds are starting to roll in.
Last year, Doug predicted the big blizzard that hit our area in January two months before the big storm. So what can we expect this winter?
Bring those plants inside! A freeze warning and frost advisory are in effect Wednesday morning for the greater D.C. area.
After this week's summer-like weather, the D.C. area can expect a significant change in temperature.
We’re not saying you should play hooky on Friday, but if you do give yourself a three-day weekend, here are five ways you can enjoy the mild weather in the district and beyond.
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