Thousands of trucks are getting ready to hit the roads this afternoon in Maryland and Virginia, where several inches of snow are imminent.
Winter’s last gasp is packing a heavier than expected wallop, closing federal offices and most major area schools in the Washington and Baltimore region.
A body was recovered Thursday from underneath the snow on a sidewalk in Southeast D.C., according to District police.
Several hospitals in D.C. Metro area are in need of volunteers with 4-wheel drive to help out as the region gets buried in snow.
We’re naming this massive snowstorm that’s about to throttle the Washington, D.C. area, and we want you to help us decide what to call it. So let us snow!
While the late-winter snow storm that blew through the D.C. region didn’t live up to the hype, accumulation-wise, it did prove to be quite dangerous for some.
Snow clouds are moving toward the city which means the people of Washington, D.C. are panicking, snatching every loaf of bread off grocery store shelves in preparation for the storm expected to hit the area Wednesday that could or could not be as serious as it sounds. But just in case, let’s all go on record with a predictions for snowfall in and around the D.C. area.
Parts of Virginia are digging out from the season’s first significant snowfall but the D.C. area saw very little winter weather from Thursday’s storm.
It’s called a “tow plow” and it enables one truck to plow two lanes.