Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer shares the 2014 summer outlook. Part of our spring weather special, "Tracking Spring."
After one of the snowiest winters in years -- and one of the coldest March months in decades -- the D.C. area is ready for spring.
But spring weather in D.C. has a tendency to further test our patience. Spring can be a changeable and even dangerous weather season.
To prepare, check out these highlights from our Spring Weather Special, "Storm Team4: Tracking Spring."
Or, if you missed it Saturday on News4, tune in to Cozi to watch, either at 6:30 p.m. Sunday or Friday, April 4, at 7 p.m. (Click here for Cozi listings.)
Doug Kammerer, Chief Meteorologist
Chuck Bell, Meteorologist
Veronica Johnson, Meteorologist
Amelia Segal, Meteorologist
2014: The Winter That Wouldn't End
Winter's Impact on the Cherry Blossoms
Massive Indoor Ocean Prepares Ships For Sea
Storm Team4 Tracks Severe Weather
Winter's Impact on Honeybees
Why Seasons Change
Storm Team4's Summer Outlook