It won't get ugly until near sunrise. Then it could be pretty ugly.
Delays or cancellations are likely in our far-western and northern counties, with decreasing odds as you head to the southeast.
The calendar might say November, but the weather-map thinks its winter.
We explain snow, sleet, freezing rain and how they are alike and different.
A coating or more of snow and sleet is possible in our colder areas, as well as a glaze of freezing rain.
A mix of sleet, snow, and freezing rain is likely early Thursday. Seriously.
“Ninety-five percent of the town is gone,” Paradise council member Michael Zuccolillo said.
We're mostly in the calm before the (next) storm through tomorrow.
A close inspection of the video shows it might have been something more like a landspout.
Measurable snow hasn't fallen in November in more than two decades.
Snow and ice will last longer north and west of the Beltway, and could cause delays and cancellations.
The Capital Weather Gang is forecasting 16 to 24 inches of snow inside the Beltway and for a notably cold second half of winter.
Early commuters could run into the tail end of the overnight rain, but it tapers down quickly and should be over by the time most people get on the road.
Meteorologists at NBC4, FOX 5, ABC7 and WUSA9 all predict a snowy winter in Washington.
An inch of rain or so may fall overnight.
The worst is almost over.
The Leonids have a history of producing amazing light shows.
The Tidal Basin looks remarkably different from season-to-season, with each possessing its own beauty and charm.
It's only mid-November.
On Monday, the National Hurricane Center gave it a 90 percent chance of developing into a tropical depression or storm by Friday.
Scant rainfall, hot temperatures, high winds and plentiful fuel are to blame, as well as rising temperatures, spurred by climate change.