The coldest blast of the season sends our temperatures tumbling through the day, with winds gusting to near 50 mph.
Some slick spots last into the morning commute, but expect generally passable conditions,
We’ve got an active pattern shaping up tomorrow and into this weekend, with some light accumulation possible tomorrow night.
With increasing snow, falling temperatures, and the approach of darkness, roads will become more slippery.
Despite the dry start, it doesn’t take us long to get to our first rain of 2019.
Our next chance of rain is always right around the corner in this ridiculously wet 2018.
The rain could be heavy at times late Thursday into Friday, before a gusty Saturday.
We're a bit milder by this weekend, as we inch closer to making this D.C.'s wettest year on record.
No child or family should have to endure four quarters of hearing every curse word under the kitchen sink, writes one local sports fan.
It turns much cooler this weekend, with highs in the 70s - but showers are likely at times.