Things are heating up in D.C. ahead of Tuesday's MLB All-Star Game... literally.Temperatures are expected to reach the 90s amid high humidity.Thunderstorms — some possibly severe — are also on the radar ahead of...
Storms are beginning to die down in the D.C. area after a blast of severe weather brought heavy rains and gusty winds to some parts of the region on Saturday.
Grab your umbrella! Rain will dampen your Friday morning commute.
Occasional showers and oppressive humidity continue to hover over the D.C. area after heavy rains and high humidity contributed to a sticky, wet afternoon.
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.
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