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Since Snowmageddon plowed through the region in 2010, winter has been relatively mild in the D.C. region.
With Friday morning's Freeze Warning and cooler temperatures on the way, it may be time to start thinking about this winter's snow.
Will you need your shovel and snow boots this winter? Meteorologists predict more snow will fall over D.C. this winter.
As surely as summer gives way to fall, wintry weather will threaten in the weeks and months ahead. This is the time to prepare trees for bad weather.
Heavy, wet snow slowed Monday morning's commute, shut down schools not on spring break and left thousands without electricity.
While D.C.'s inner suburbs made it through the storm relatively unscathed, the same can't be said for parts of Virginia.
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While not everyone got blasted with the white stuff, they may still need to start shoveling away slush and ice - and the clock is ticking.
Applying sun screen, bundling up and installing a humidifier in your home or office can help protect your skin from the elements.
Meteorological winter runs from December through the end of February, but snow does fall in March around D.C. Find out how often.
Hi: 80 °F | Lo: 65 °F