Gov. Bob McDonnell is advising executive branch agencies to be flexible with nonessential state employees when it comes to work arrangements if a winter storm slams Virginia.
Utility companies in Maryland, Virginia and the District are in full preparation mode for the approaching winter storm that is expected to dump up to a foot of snow in the D.C. metro area.
Just when it seemed the D.C. area was getting ready to say hello to spring, it appears winter isn’t ready to say good bye just yet.
A look at effects in states and provinces in the path of the massive storm that swept across the Northeast U.S. and southern Canada:
Drivers are facing a tricky commute Friday morning as a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for areas north and west of the city where 1 to 2 inches of snow is expected to fall.
As has become common practice during the past week or so, another round of snow is expected Monday evening.
A light snowfall is not expected to have much of an impact on Friday morning’s commute. The interstates should be in good shape with crews having already treated the roads, says WUSA-9 meteorologist Howard Bernsteen.
On Monday, it was sunny and in the 70s. Wednesday brought heavy rains and strong winds. So, what can we expect on Friday?
It’s déjà vu for Washington area drivers who ended last week with a tumultuous commute. Freezing rain is turning Monday morning into an encore of sorts.
Washington area commuters had their work cut out for them as they sludged home through the snow Friday evening.