Submit Photos Here
Bird watching is way more popular but you can snowflake watch too. This activity gets you outdoors and does not require much equipment. Did you know that snowflakes do form from water droplets ?
I used to live in Oklahoma City, Edmond actually from May of 1994 through October of 1997. I worked in "tornado alley" at KOCO-TV.
It sure does seem a lot cooler this march than in 2012 and a comparison of high temperatures at Reagan National proves the point.
To contribute to this list, tweet us @WUSA9, or send to our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Twitter: @hbwx, @ericagrow, @Toppersweather.
We've had some of our biggest snow storms in the month of March and there's a potential snow storm next Wednesday.
When the weather's this cold, it gives First Alert meteorologist Erica Grow a chance to have a little bit of fun with it! You can do this one at home, too.
The Polar Vortex is always present in the Arctic, but we're feeling it right now in the DC Metro area.
The Alberta Clipper is a type of storm system that sometimes affects the DC Metro area. They don't have a lot of moisture with them, but they still can pack a punch.
What's the difference between a Yellow and Red Alert in the WUSA9 First Alert Weather Center? Read this to find out.