Where were YOU on Jan. 26, 2011, when a slippery storm of rain, sleet and snow swept into D.C. -- the snow moving so fast that cars were literally frozen in place?
We called it Carmageddon. and it earned that name.
But you'll be glad to know that D.C. learned from those storms -- the federal government has learned to be more flexible with telecommuting, and to stagger dismissal times for workers so they don't hit the road all at once.
This year's Winter Weather Special, "Tracking Winter," gets you ready for the weather ahead with that story -- plus Storm Team4's Winter Outlook, a look at how workers stay warm when they are on very cold jobs, and a special report on the science of snow.
Enjoy these highlights from our Winter Weather Special, "Storm Team4: Tracking Winter." Or, if you missed it Saturday on News4, tune in at 6:30 p.m. Monday on Cozi to watch. (Click here for Cozi listings.)
Doug Kammerer, Chief Meteorologist
Chuck Bell, Meteorologist
Veronica Johnson, Meteorologist
Amelia Segal, Meteorologist
Storm Team4: Tracking Winter:
Lessons Learned From One of D.C.’s Biggest Snow Storms
The Magical Process of Snow
Storm Team4: Fall 2014
Staying Warm While Working In The Cold
Ski Resorts Ready For Big Winter
Inside the U.S. Naval Observatory