Streets throughout the D.C. area flooded after another series of severe storms rolled over the region, dumping up to 2 inches of rain.
NOAA Meteorologist Ellen Ramirez is monitoring the ash cloud created by Hawaii's volcano to make sure air traffic isn't in jeopardy. Amelia Draper reports.
The Washington area was finally treated with sunshine on Sunday, but some rain clouds could bring scattered showers through the afternoon and evening.
The sun will finally peep out Sunday after days of torrential rain and flooding throughout the region.
Even when things begin to dry out there will be dangers. Northern Virginia Bureau Reporter David Culver has a warning in Fairfax County.
The flood damage in Frederick includes a baseball field where the bleachers are toppled, the pitcher's mound eroded and some of the infield is now in the outfield. Chris Gordon reports.
Strong to severe thunderstorms could move into the D.C. area just in time for your drive home Wednesday evening.
Karla Flores spoke with residents who say they've never seen flooding like the flooding on Water Street in Upper Marlboro, where the river now resembles a lake.
Storm Team4 Meteorologist Amelia Draper has the forecast for Saturday's DC Bike Ride.
Heavy rain will continue to descend on parts of the DC-area, causing heavy flooding in some neighborhoods.
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