Mayor Muriel Bowser will void all parking tickets issued on snow emergency routes Friday, Jan. 22 — the first day of the Blizzard of 2016.
Black ice could make roads and sidewalks dangerously slippery for millions, forecasters said as the death toll from this week’s snowstorm rose to 15.
Travel plans are getting snarled again as another massive storms bears down on the Midwest and the Northeast.
So far, the city has amassed 21,600 tons of snow across the five snow dumps — or 'farms' — that it uses.
The storm — which The Weather Channel is calling Linus — could dump up to a foot of snow.
Parts of Illinois already rack up 9 inches of snow and more than 1,600 flights canceled in Chicago.
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Crews were working tirelessly to clear snow-covered roads and homes in New England before another storm slams the region over the weekend.
Boston officials tagged John Kerry with a $50 fine at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday for failing to clear the snow from the side of his mansion.
Marshfield, Mass. endured blizzard conditions for 14 hours, the longest of any New England town during Tuesday's blizzard.
The town was battered by blizzard conditions for 14 hours on Tuesday.
The blizzard is over, but Boston still faces the herculean task of disposing of hundreds of thousands of tons of snow.
The man failed sobriety tests, the police said.
Carbs were king, according to data from GrubHub.
It takes a specific set of circumstances to get the official designation of blizzard.
A travel ban across Massachusetts was lifted at midnight, although the city of Boston remained in a state of emergency.
Travel on the roads and in the skies began creeping back to normal Wednesday after a blizzard hit the Northeast.
The loss wasn't crippling, but it did have an impact on small businesses and hourly workers.
A historic blizzard pummeled parts of the Northeast while New York received less snow than predicted.
A 61-year-old Massachusetts woman has been arrested after police say she assaulted her 60-year-old neighbor with a snow blower on Tuesday.
Cayden Keith Moore was born at 3:53 a.m. on Tuesday, while a strong blizzard clobbered Nantucket. Luckily the hospital had a backup generator.
Coastal Massachusetts was battered by a blizzard of blinding snow, ferocious waves and winds that topped hurricane speed.
A Massachusetts mother who once joked that only a rogue ocean wave would drag her out of her beloved home, came frighteningly close to that happening.
A 17-year-old New York boy died after being injured in a sledding accident on Long Island during the massive snowstorm, police said.
National Weather Service Director Louis Uccellini said Tuesday his agency didn't do a good enough job communicating the variables of storm forecasts.
After a howling blizzard with hurricane-force winds socked Boston with 21 inches of snow, some nurses and doctors put on skis to get to work.
Homes and streets were flooded in New England Tuesday as a combination of winds and high tides created 20-foot waves.
The storm positioned itself 25 to 50 miles farther east than forecasters expected.
Passengers on a Virgin Atlantic flight had to sit on the tarmac for six hours before being stuck back at terminal — with absolutely nowhere to go.
Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.
Evan Gold, Planalytics, discusses the economic impact of the blizzard in the Northeast., including the retail winners and losers.
More than 6,000 flights were canceled as the region girded for one of the worst snowstorms on record.
Scituate, home to almost 18,000 people, is bracing for 20-foot waves at the storm roars in.
As a historic snowstorm was battering Boston, a person likely dressed in a yeti costume began stalking the city's snow-covered streets.
Police said Michael Chauvin, 40, towed a sled full of kids behind his pickup truck at high speeds in Monday evening's snowstorm.
It doesn't happen often, but when it does, it's enough to make even seasoned meteorologists take notice.
No matter what the blizzard dishes out, duty calls for many, not only police, firefighters or doctors.
Anxious consumers braced for the Northeast blizzard, dealing with canceled flights, empty supermarket shelves, and pricey ride-share services
Kings vs. Knicks and Trail Blazers vs. Nets games at Madison Square Garden Monday were postponed due to a coming storm.
Major exchanges said it was business as usual as a potentially historic blizzard bore down on the northeast.
Here's some advice for how to weather the coming blizzard or for any big storm.
“This is going to be a significant storm,” he said at a news conference. “This is going to be a lot of snow, no matter how you add it up.”
Some places could see 3 feet of snow.
Don't be caught out in the cold if the coming blizzard shuts down the highway. Here's what you need to have in your car before the first flake falls.
Towns and cities situated near the shore from Delaware to Maine were under coastal flood watches, warnings and advisories.
Here's a look back at the five biggest storms to ever hit New York City, according to the Weather Channel.
The Northeast is bracing for a crippling winter storm, with up to three feet of snow expected in some places. White-out conditions are set to make travel impossible. Al Roker reports.
While Americans gear up for likely historic snowfall, they should also prepare for a blizzard of the latest meteorological buzzword: bombogenesis.
Here's what you need to know ahead of time if you're caught outside in a winter storm.
A storm system is expected to pummel the Northeast with potentially "historic" snow accumulations into Tuesday night.
An incoming snow storm will likely impede the travel plans and commutes of millions in the Northeast Monday and Tuesday.
As the Northeast braced for the "blizzard of 2015," the region's residents shared their preparations on social media, from rolled joints to Tostitos.