A brief, severe rainstorm in Washington D.C.

A brief, severe rainstorm in Washington D.C.

The weather’s been a soggy, muggy mess the past few weeks. How do we cope with flooding which seems to be happening more and more frequently? And, will we ever see the sun again?

We’ll hear from D.C.’s Chief Resilience Officer and the Capital Weather Gang about what to do when storms strike and what all this rain we’ve been getting really says about climate change in our region.


  • Jason Samenow Weather Editor and Chief Meteorologist for the Capital Weather Gang, Washington Post; @capitalweather
  • Kevin Bush Chief Resilience Officer, D.C. Government; @BushKevinJ
  • Patty Bubar Acting Director, Montgomery County's Department of Environmental Protection

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