A wintry mix this afternoon into the evening means some iciness. Then, accumulating snow is possible Thursday.
We're headed back into the teens and 20s again tonight, which helps set the stage for a cold one tomorrow. Add in some precipitation and iciness is a concern.
Many of you are sick and tired of winter. We hear you -- we just can't do anything about it.
Slick sidewalks, driveways, and side roads are possible for Tuesday's afternoon rush hour, especially in our colder suburbs.
How much snow we get will depend on how fast the cold air arrives Wednesday night relative to how quickly the moisture exits the area Thursday.
The crazy, bisected weather pattern continued in February, when dozens of monthly cold -- and warm -- records were broken across the Lower 48.
With lots of wintry weather in the coming days, we can say that March 2015 is coming in like a lion indeed.
The great thaw is upon us, and the melting remnants of Sunday's storm are raining down on our heads.
It was the coldest winter month in 20 years in Washington. Dulles had its second coldest February on record.
Use extreme caution on sidewalks, driveways and side streets this morning due to the ice.