Temperatures struggle to get out of the 30s today, and we stay cold as clouds thicken tomorrow.
Midwinter chill has settled in.
This week, the labor organization representing National Weather Service workers began distributing a memo on the Hill describing the public-safety nature of the Weather Service.
It could be 20 to 35 degrees below average for this time of year in the Midwest. From D.C. to New York, daytime highs will struggle to climb out of the 20s.
This cloud's calling card is parallel rows, which distinguishes them from other variations of cumulus.
Use all the layers when dressing. Today's wind chills mean business.
Today's Arctic front is delivering a bout of real winter to the area.
Some wintry precipitation is possible when the Arctic air enters and exits.
Strong to heavy shaking was reported near the epicenter. Over 500,000 people live on the archipelago located east of Papua New Guinea.
The U.S. is packed full of flowing water bodies that collect precipitation and shuffle it back to the oceans.