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Responding to criticism after Superstorm Sandy, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday it would change the way it warns people about tropical storms that morph into something else.
Government forecasters say much of the United States can expect a warm spring and persistent drought.
A storm that promised the first significant snowfall accumulation in two years was mostly a bust, dropping a sloppy wet slush inside the Capital Beltway on Wednesday but delivering more significant snow in the Washington area's outer suburbs.
A late-season snow storm is bearing down on the D.C. area, after burying the Midwest under more than a foot of snow.
The D.C. area on Monday was beginning to brace itself for what could be the first significant snowfall in two years.
If there are two things the District does well -- aside from half-smokes and traffic congestion -- it's spring flowers and unpredictable weather.
A federal judge has dismissed a pair of lawsuits claiming the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was responsible for flood damage in 2010 to the Grand Ole Opry, Gibson Guitar and other Nashville-area businesses.
National Weather Service officials in Kansas and Oklahoma issued blizzard warnings and watches through late Monday as the storm packing snow and high winds tracked eastward across West Texas toward Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri. Forecasters warned of possible tornadoes in the southeast.
A wintery storm predicted to hit heartland states hard was moving slower than expected Thursday, but meteorologists warn not to be fooled.