Fast moving, hard hitting storms wreak havoc in our region, sending down trees and power lines.
Significant snowfall is on the way. Crews all over the state have been working to make sure the equipment is in place to clear and treat roads.
Thousands across Maryland are dealing with the aftermath of Saturday’s winter blast. The snow storm left several inches on the ground, causing treacherous conditions for drivers.
Marylanders should expect slick roads this morning as snow is falling across Maryland.
District of Columbia government offices will open on time despite a snowstorm set to move in Wednesday morning.
Just when we had finally gotten rid of ONE potent storm over the weekend, we now will need to start preparing for another.
If you plan on traveling this year for Thanksgiving, you could run into some problems Wednesday.
With messy conditions coming, State Highway officials are warning people to change their plans for Thanksgiving travel.
The storm system that has impacted the region over the last few days is finally beginning to move off the east early this morning.
Gonzalo, now a monster category 4 hurricane in the Atlantic, is packing maximum sustained winds around 145 mph as per the 11 a.m. update from the National Hurricane Center.
Considerable clouds will stick around this Wednesday with at least some sunshine.
A very warm and more humid day is in store for most of the Eastern Region this Friday as high pressure currently located near the coast continues to glide slowly out into the Atlantic.