Temperatures return to near- and above-normal readings, and that may last through much of next week.
The snow could slow things down some and cause a few slick spots leading up to the afternoon commute.
Those are snowy fields along the northern shore of Lake Pontchartrain.
Nearly every ski hill in the Mid-Atlantic region will be open for business this weekend.
Stay snow-aware when considering your end time for work this afternoon.
Cold air has reestablished itself and maintains a strong grip through Friday.
The best chance of snow is from the District to the east and south.
Arctic air arriving in the days leading up to Christmas could set the stage for a snowy surprise in some areas.
Studies show three significant weather events — one of which caused hundreds of deaths — would simply not have occurred if climate change didn't exist.
The Thomas Fire has grown into the fifth-largest in state history. Weather forecasts suggest it will climb even higher on that list before the month is over.