Cold air firmly in place and moisture moving in create the perfect recipe for a wintry mix tomorrow across the D.C. area.
Temperatures remain well below average this weekend, with yet another chance of wintry weather tomorrow.
Sleet, freezing rain, and regular rain are all possibilities on Sunday. Impacts will depend heavily on when the precipitation starts.
Combined with cold and untreated roads, the storm has made travel more than just a hassle across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
American Meteorological Society says congressional investigations into scientists based on their views and findings send a chilling message.
Thanks to the new satellite mission, scientists can now collect and study continuous precipitation patterns extending over nearly the entire globe.
This update is intended to reassure you milder weather is truly around the corner
Kayaking Great Falls in the summer is terrifying. Kayaking over Great Falls in February -- when water is high and roaring over ice-coated rocks -- seems downright crazy.
February is nearing an end but it still feels quite wintry. Some snowflakes may be in the air today, and that heralds another Arctic cold snap moving in.
You can see the light snow moving into our region from the northwest on radar -- this will keep our chances elevated through Friday morning.