Storm Team4: Tracking Fall

Fall in Washington is gorgeous: The weather gets crisp, the leaves turn, and almost everything becomes pumpkin-flavored.

But the season has the potential for severe storms, too -- as several Halloween washouts have taught the D.C. metro area.

Storm Team4 wants you to enjoy the season and prepare for what storms can bring. Their weather special, "Tracking Fall," aired on News4 Saturday at 10 a.m.

If you missed it, watch on Cozi Friday at 7 p.m. (Click here for Cozi listings.) It's also available on Comcast On Demand starting Monday.

You can always get the latest and most accurate weather information from Storm Team4 on NBCWashington, by liking their Facebook page or by following them on Twitter:

Doug Kammerer, Chief Meteorologist

Chuck Bell, Meteorologist

Veronica Johnson, Meteorologist

Tom Kierein,Meteorologist

Amelia Segal, Meteorologist 

Here are some of the highlights of our special:

Trick-or-Treat? What To Expect Halloween 2014

Storm Team4 Meteorologist Chuck Bell takes a look at Halloween storms of the past — and takes a look ahead to what to expect for Halloween 2014. Part of our Storm Team4 special, “Tracking Fall.”

Fall In Washington: A Show of Nature

Storm Team4 Meteorologist Tom Kierein finds out why leaves change from green to vivid reds, oranges, and yellows. Part of our Storm Team4 special, “Tracking Fall.”

Pumpkin Everything! Feeling Like Fall in Washington

Storm Team4 Meteorologist Amelia Segal discovers why it seems like everything is pumpkin flavored this time of year. Part of our Storm Team4 special, “Tracking Fall.”

Accident Avoidance Track Teaches Driving Safety in Severe Weather

Storm Team4 Meteorologist Veronica Johnson visits an accident avoidance driving track to learn about safety in the rain. Part of our Storm Team4 special, “Tracking Fall.”

Summer 2014: Just Right

Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer takes a look back at Summer 2014. Part of our Storm Team4 special, “Tracking Fall.”
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