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For both events, the best chance of any slick conditions will focus in colder suburbs west and northwest of Beltway.

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The 'ten year storm’ has left 20,000 people without electricity since Tuesday, as temperatures drop into the 20s and teens.

A nearly full moon may outshine some of the meteors, but it's still likely to be a stellar show.

Clouds and rain play the Grinch on Friday and Saturday, keeping milder temperatures from being very enjoyable.

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Temperatures should make it into the 20s tonight.

The first of several systems will be mainly rain. Then things could get a little more interesting.

The disagreements between government agencies on the risks that 5G technology poses to weather satellites has prompted the House Science Committee to request a GAO investigation.

In most locations, it amounted to just a coating or so and mainly stuck to grassy surfaces and car tops.

Wednesday night's full moon is the last of the decade and is known as the "cold moon."

Wet roads were the main impact from the overnight snow showers. Now on to a sunny but cold day.

Much of the region may just see brief periods of either non-accumulating snow or snow that just coats grassy areas.

A cold front is sending temperatures downward. Slick spots may develop after midnight and toward sunrise.

The fires are producing a toxic smoke that’s choking the city of Sydney

Some of our colder areas north and west of Washington could see just enough snow for a few delays early Wednesday morning.

A new federal report on the Arctic finds the region is in the midst of drastic and sudden changes as a result of human-caused warming.

At least eight different features are visible in the remarkable image.

The day will start mild and showery, and will end colder and blustery as a strong front moves through.

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It'll still be plenty damp, and it may hit 60 tomorrow.

The tornado caused minor damage just outside the nation's capital.

Extreme weather patterns associated with heat waves and droughts are raising the risks of global food shortages, two studies have found.

Best chance for some slushy accumulation north and west of the District. It could affect the commute.

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