The D.C. area is already grappling with flooded roads before Hurricane Florence slams into the East Coast, possibly bringing days of storms and floods.
The heat wave that has sweltered the D.C. area this week is finally coming to an end, but rain and storms are on the horizon.
Temperatures are blazing this week, but you don’t have to suffer. Here are seven tips to keep cool and safe despite the heat.
Scattered showers and storms are expected ahead of the Labor Day weekend, Storm Team4 says.
Heavy rain and storms soaked the D.C. area Tuesday, causing flooding that trapped several people in cars and businesses.
If you have a garden, here is some advice from Merrifield Garden Center for what you should be doing now.
Some scattered showers and storms are possible tonight as hot and humid weather continues.
Brace yourself for a steamy week. Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday will hit the mid-90s, and it will feel like 100, Storm Team4 says.
The D.C. area is under a flash flood watch as thunderstorms approach. Lightning and heavy rains are possible.
Grab your umbrella! Strong storms could move into the D.C. area Wednesday afternoon.
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