Depending on your point of view, you either love or hate the capricious disturbances commonly called “nor’easters, one of which we are about to experience.
I examined if a shutdown foretells the type of winter that follows in Washington. Snow lovers: it's good news.
On its rampage through Long Island and New England, the hurricane caused hundreds of casualties and enormous property damage on a scale never before seen by the oldest inhabitants
Isabel photos, statistics, and storm recollections.
The weather for the March on Washington in 1963 was not at all the way it was remembered afterward.
Experiments to test the idea that cloud seeding could weaken hurricanes helped make forecasting for Camille the "most critical and hair-raising experience" of Robert Simpson's long career.
A dramatic bolt of lightning struck almost directly behind the Washington Monument. I quickly checked my camera and I had successfully captured the image.
On August 23, 1933, the hurricane which carved out the inlet between Ocean City and Assateague Island swept through the Mid-Atlantic.
On the evening of August 19, 1969 the Mid-Atlantic’s deadliest hurricane disaster of the 20th century unfolded just 120 miles from Washington, D.C.
We’ve grown so used to warnings three or four more days ahead of time that a hurricane is headed our way that it’s hard to imagine a time when hurricanes hit with no warning whatsoever.