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    The number of Southern cities which have more snow than D.C. is embarrassing
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    The number of Southern cities which have more snow than D.C. is embarrassing

    3.1 inches: That’s all the snow Washington has officially mustered this winter, even after some of the most frigid weather in years. For snow lovers, it’s a pathetic total. Cities in the South where snowbirds flock and palm trees sway have witnessed more. Charleston, boasting an average high temperature of 60 in January, has nearly double the […]

    Montgomery County parents weren’t surprised by snow — they were surprised by schools’ reaction
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Montgomery County parents weren't surprised by snow — they were surprised by schools' reaction

    When Montgomery County parents woke up Wednesday morning, they looked out the window and were not surprised by what they saw — snow falling and coating the ground. Around an inch all together, which was in the forecast. They were surprised, though, by their school district’s reaction to the weather. At first, Montgomery County Public […]

    It’s so cold in the South, the 64-degree Gulf of Mexico is literally steaming
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    It's so cold in the South, the 64-degree Gulf of Mexico is literally steaming

    It’s a deep freeze in the Deep South. Temperatures dipped below zero in Texas, and New Orleans dropped to a temperature that hasn’t been recorded since the Macarena was a No. 1 hit and Nintendo 64 was the hottest thing. In a few locations, this morning’s cold was more intense than anything since 1989, and quite frankly I’d rather […]

    Here’s how much snow fell Wednesday and a review of our forecast
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Here's how much snow fell Wednesday and a review of our forecast

    A dusting to an inch or so of snow fell across the D.C. metro area early Wednesday. Such amounts were in line with most but not all of our forecasts, which weren’t quite as steady and consistent as we would’ve liked. The heaviest totals in the greater region focused around Baltimore, where as much as one to […]

    Watch the amazing moment a ‘rare’ meteor burst across the night sky over Michigan
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Thunder and lightning? Some sort of midair explosion? An enemy airstrike? With a rumble that shook the Earth, a bright burst of light illuminated the sky over southeastern Michigan on Tuesday night, leaving locals wondering what in the world had happened. “I went to turn and I noticed a ball of flame coming at an […]

    D.C.-area forecast: Cold today with light snow tapering this morning, and then a welcome warming trend
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    D.C.-area forecast: Cold today with light snow tapering this morning, and then a welcome warming trend

    * Winter weather advisory until 9 a.m. | School delays and closings * 7:55 a.m. Update: Here are some snow totals reported by the National Weather Service: Severna Park (1.0″), BWI Airport (1.0″), Columbia (1.3″), Gaithersburg (0.9″), Greenbelt (0.5″), Arlington (0.5″), Reagan National Airport (0.4″), Tysons Corner (0.7″), Herndon (0.3″), Dulles Airport (0.3″) 7:20 a.m. […]

    In the coldest village on Earth, eyelashes freeze, dinner is frozen and temperatures sink to -88F
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    In the coldest village on Earth, eyelashes freeze, dinner is frozen and temperatures sink to -88F

    In this remote outpost in Siberia, the cold is no small affair. Eyelashes freeze, frostbite is a constant danger and cars are usually kept running even when not being used, lest their batteries die in temperatures that average minus-58 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter, according to news reports. This is Oymyakon, a settlement of some […]

    P.M. Update: Patchy light snow and flurries overnight, little or no accumulation
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    P.M. Update: Patchy light snow and flurries overnight, little or no accumulation

    * Winter weather advisory 9 p.m. Tuesday to 9 a.m. Wednesday | SchoolCast and FedCast * 10:30 p.m. update For a lot of the D.C. metro region, this event has all the hallmarks of a bust. The snow is drying out as it works toward the metro region with only some very light activity well […]

    SchoolCast and Fedcast for Wednesday
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    SchoolCast and Fedcast for Wednesday

    4:40 p.m. update: With the latest information suggesting the low-end of our snow projections – closer to a coating than 2 inches – we want to stress delays are not a given and closings now seem increasingly unlikely. Bottom line: Do your homework! Original post It’s been a very cold winter with not much snow […]

    Some nuisance light snow likely tonight, but more to the north and south
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Some nuisance light snow likely tonight, but more to the north and south

    * Winter weather advisory 9 p.m. Tuesday to 9 a.m. Wednesday | SchoolCast and FedCast * A weather system zipping toward the East Coast will brush the region with snow tonight and could cause some slippery travel through Wednesday morning’s commute. Some delays are possible, but the worst conditions will be a good deal to the […]

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