We revisit the meteorological conditions that made Katrina as damaging and destructive as it was.
70 years ago, two typhoons hit and seriously damaged scores of U.S. Navy ships in the last battles of World War II, killing more than 800 Americans.
We find it amazing to learn that when one of the strongest El Ninos of the century hit, no one was talking about El Nino.
The time is perfect to bring back the official weather and climate observation benchmark to Washington, and what better spot than the White House.
When it rains at the White House, everyone will now know how much. And the reports may even enrich our knowledge of the region's precipitation patterns.
Just a few days after Snowmageddon, a colder and windier blizzard visited the region. Its 8 to 20 inches of snow brought the region to a standstill.
Five years ago, Washington, D.C. braced for perhaps its most memorable snowstorm in modern times. It paralyzed the region with 18-32 inches of snow.
It's a surprising result considering Boston is generally the colder and snowier city.
Robert Simpson, a giant in the field of meteorology, died peacefully in his sleep last night at the age of 102.
Washington is the southernmost location to ever host the Classic and the weather has been mild and rainy in recent years. But this year's forecast is looking colder.