Anchorage, Alaska, was warmer Tuesday than Jacksonville, Florida. The weather in the U.S. is that upside down.
A blast of arctic air has plunged the D.C. area into a chill.
Expect temperatures below freezing through the first week of the new year, Storm Team4 says. With the wind chill, it will feel near 0 degrees.
The National Weather Service said there will be dangerous traveling conditions on Saturday. Motorists and pedestrians should exercise caution when traveling.
Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer is tracking more cold weather and possible snow showers.
Are you frozen yet? Icy weather is continuing to chill the D.C. area and Storm Team4 says some areas will see light snow showers overnight.
You likely won't see a white Christmas in the D.C. area, but you may see some rainshowers as you travel to your holiday dinner.
Storm Team4's Doug Kammerer catches up with some Kenzie, Lauren and before they rocket down the snow-less tubing slide at the National Zoo's annual holiday celebration, ZooLights.
Washington is gearing up for winter, and we all know that means to expect the unexpected. In our Winter Weather Special, Storm Team4 helps you prepare.
As much as an inch of snow is expected to fall in the D.C. area ahead of rush hour Friday evening. Road crews are preparing and some schools will close early.
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