President of meteorological society encourages us all to reflect on the goals of MLK Day and serve: somebody probably needs our help.
Without any natural snow on the ground this Christmas, a reader decided to take matters into his own hands.
From flash flooding to severe thunderstorms to snow and ice, inclement weather will affect a large part of the central U.S. this weekend.
If you live along a line from Joplin to St. Louis to Chicago to Detroit, and especially to the north and west, you have a great chance of a White Christmas this year.
Snow chances between now and Christmas look low, and someone in the region could flirt with 70 Sunday.
Dreaming of a White Christmas in Washington, D.C.? Dream ten times and once it will become reality.
High temperatures in the mid-30s would place 2013 among D.C.'s ten coldest Thanksgivings since 1871.
The exact track of the storm, its timing, and who sees rain, who sees snow, and who sees both are somewhat cloudy.
An East Coast storm threatens to produce precipitation, possibly heavy, across the area between Tuesday and Thursday next week.
Cooler than normal temperatures are likely for the period from Sunday, November 24 through December 1. And the pattern is not a dry one.