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Latest Weather Items
Emergency crews are evacuating restaurants and businesses along the Georgetown waterfront because of flooding from the Potomac River.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell declared a state of emergency Sunday after powerful weekend thunderstorms caused widespread flooding and damage and were thought to have killed at least six people in the central and southern parts of the state.
Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell declared a state of emergency Sunday after the powerful, weekend thunderstorms
Destructive storms that tore across the country's midsection left at least nine people dead after smashing uprooted trees into homes in Arkansas and ripping apart the only school in one tiny Oklahoma town, officials said Friday.
Residents of a small Iowa town had 15 minutes of warning before a tornado leveled more than half their community — a critical advantage in preventing any deaths or serious injuries, authorities said Monday.
Dominican health authorities launched an education campaign Tuesday to fight an increase in malaria deaths.
Thailand's navy used helicopters and an aircraft carrier on Thursday to rescue more than 800 tourists stranded by heavy rains on the country's picturesque southern islands.
The New York Yankees' exhibition game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night was canceled because of inclement weather.
The sub-freezing temperatures Sunday and dusting of snow was a surprise for many of the first of millions of visitors expected to come to Washington during the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival. Organizers were so concerned about snow and blustery winds that they postponed the kite festival.