Doug Kammerer visited Mill Run Elementary School to talk about the weather with fourth-graders.
Thursday's toasty temperatures did more than induce a heavy dose of spring fever across the DMV. Temperatures broke a record -- and may contribute to a record-breaking winter.
The dry, windy weather fueled a number of brush fires and could be troublesome for days. Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins reports.
The D.C. area is in a moderate drought and is on target for the third or fourth warmest winter on record.
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High winds blew off part of an apartment building's roof and downed trees and power lines around the Washington region.
News4's Scott MacFarlane takes a look at the cost to school districts when they don't have snow days.
Skiing on a Thursday, but riding your bike while getting a tan by Sunday? It's leaving us with one question: What is up with this weather?
Wet snow is expected to begin around 2 or 3 a.m. for areas north and west of D.C. and snow will start in the D.C. area between 5 and 6 a.m., making for a slow and slushy morning commute.
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