The heat index reached 95 to 107 degrees in the D.C. area Monday, and the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory.
Sunday has been hot and Monday and Tuesday will be even hotter. News4's Derrick Ward has some tips on how to stay hydrated and safe in the hot weather.
A heat wave is expected to hit the D.C. area this weekend. Here are some ways you can stay safe during a heat wave.
Storm Team4 says rain and patchy fog will make for a slower commute Monday morning.
Spotty storms brought flooding and damage to some areas Saturday.
Floodwaters caused detours on roads, closed schools and damaged a cluster of nine businesses along Route 1 in Stafford County, Virginia, over the weekend.
In Upper Marlboro, Water Street is under water, inconveniencing people trying to get to the county courthouse. News4's Darcy Spencer reports that's just one of the travel headaches flooding caused in Maryland.
Floodwaters washed away a portion of a Laurel, Maryland, road, shutting down the road to drivers.
A flood warning is in effect for D.C. and surrounding counties as heavy rain continues to fall.
D.C. has already had its first heatwave of the year, and Storm Team4 expects to see many more this summer.
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