The Washington region is bracing for four to seven inches of snow today, followed by a blast of arctic air that will plunge temperatures into the single digits. We talk with Jason Samenow, from The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang...
Life is much more difficult once temperatures drop below freezing. WAMU has collected important information for the cold, including warming centers and hotlines to call for homeless individuals at risk of hypothermia.
District residents survived the icy conditions Sunday night, but the National Weather Service is warning about a second round of storms that could bring several more inches of snow on our winter wonderland.
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