Forecasters aren't sure whether there will be any significant snow—or just rain.
Friday, December 28, 2012
Friday, November 30, 2012
Winterfest, Sister Girl Benefit Concert, Garden of Lights and More in Montgomery County this Weekend
Looking for something exciting to do this weekend? Check out some of the fun things going on around town.
Each week, Patch puts together a list of local activities and events going on in your area this weekend. Check back weekly and tell us in the comments if you know of any additional activities coming up. Sister Girl Annual Benefit Concert Bethesda's Winter Wonderland Festival of Lights Julia Nixon: Songs of Burt Bacharach Winterfest Garden of Lights - Winter Walk-through Holiday Light Display 17th Annual, Gaithersburg Winter Lights Festival
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for Montgomery County starting at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 8, but it cancelled the advisory in the afternoon.
Update (Feb. 8, 4:30 p.m.): The National Weather Service has cancelled this winter weather advisory. Although forecasters are still expecting light snowfall this evening, only about a half of an inch of snow will accumulate. Original post (Feb. 8, 10:15 a.m.): The springtime-like weather of Tuesday will no longer exist as snow is forecasted for Wednesday afternoon. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for Montgomery County, stating there was a 100-percent chance of precipitation. NWS Forecasters said the snow should arrive in the area by noon and it won't end until long after the evening rush hour—at 10 p.m. One to two inches of snow will accumulate, according to the forecasters, with a lighter snow from 11 a.m. to…
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
The water provider for Montgomery and Prince George's counties replaces aging water mains in a race against time.
They hide quietly beneath your house, crisscrossing under neighborhoods, roads and buildings, just waiting to burst and give you a headache. More than 5,500 miles of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission pipes are buried beneath Montgomery and Prince George's counties, and with winter settling in, officials are gearing up for breaks, leaks and bursts. Winter, WSSC spokesman Jim Neustadt said, is when underground water and sewer lines break or leak more frequently. The temperature of the river water varies, causing stress on the pipes, he said. That's why he was in a Gaithersburg neighborhood Tuesday morning with WSSC General Manager Jerry N. Johnson and other officials as work crews dug up and replaced a problematic water main. The work …