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.
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.
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.
With the summit in Paris this week putting a renewed spotlight on the impacts of climate change, one might wonder: how is a changing climate affecting the D.C. region? Capital Weather Gang's Angela Fritz connects the dots for us.
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