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With Blizzard Upon Us, Few Options Left To Get In, Out Or Around D.C.

Thousands of flights have been canceled, roads will be a mess and Metro will close from Friday through Monday, making doing anything other than sheltering at home a less-than-ideal option.

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Washington Region Braces For Blizzard With 'Top 10' Potential

The blizzard bearing down on D.C. and much of the East Coast on Friday may be among the worst to ever hit the region, according to the National Weather Service.
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Concerns For D.C. Area Homeless Population As Winter Storm Bears Down

Volunteers are criss-crossing the region in an effort to get the homeless population — many of whom do not know there is a serious storm bearing down — into shelter before things get potentially dangerous.

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What We Know About This 'Potentially Crippling' East Coast Storm

Should we worry? When will it hit? Is Washington ready?

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D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser On The City's Winter Weather Prepartions

Kojo chats with D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser about what the city's doing to prepare for the winter weather.

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LISTEN: All Signs Point To A Big Snowstorm In D.C. Region

Wednesday night's snow was small but disruptive. Angela Fritz of the Washington Post Capital Weather Gang joins Jonathan Wilson to explain where this weekend's bigger cold blast is coming from, and why chances for a huge storm are looking strong.
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As D.C. Braces, Kentucky And Tennessee Feeling Effects Of Winter Weather

As the South and East prepared for a nor'easter with the potential for significant snowfall by week's end, snow began to blanket much of Kentucky and Tennessee and contributed to at least one traffic-related death Wednesday.

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What To Know Before You Hit The Road This Holiday Season

Low gas prices and warm weather are expected to make car travel popular over the holidays, and transportation officials have some advice about navigating the coming rush.
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Why Is The D.C. Region Seeing Cherry Blossoms In December?

Angela Fritz of the Capital Weather Gang explains why D.C. temperatures are way above normal for December.