The National Hurricane Center is altering its policy after being criticized over the way it handled Superstorm Sandy.
Snow continues to fall throughout the D.C. region in any unexpected spring deluge, but while travel was hampered and power outages abound, some at least are enjoying the weather.
The National Park Service has revised their expected peak bloom dates for the region's iconic cherry blossoms, due in large part to the cold weather this March.
This week's storm drenched the Eastern Shore with heavy rains and winds that reminded some residents of Superstorm Sandy.
The monument's $10 million restoration project to repair the damages sustained from the 2011 earthquake have started.
Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney talks about whether the government made the right decision to shut down for the so-called "snowquester."
The snow accumulation yesterday may have been unspectacular for those inside the Beltway, but for owners of small business, the effects were no less noticeable.
A late winter snow storm is blanketing the Washington region with a mix of snow and rain. We get an update on how the region is faring thus far.
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