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DC SNOW TEAM TO DEPLOY SAT., DEC. 14 FOR UPCOMING SNOW STORM

Date Released: 
Fri, 12/13/2013

DC SNOW TEAM TO DEPLOY SAT., DEC. 14 FOR UPCOMING SNOW STORM

(Washington, DC) For the third time this week, the DC Snow Team (Department of Public Works and Department of Transportation) will deploy more than 200 plows to commercial and residential streets Saturday morning, December 14 for a winter storm.  The latest weather forecast calls for light snow with some sleet possible between 7 am-9 am Saturday.  The temperature will be around 32F and rise through the morning.  Maybe ½- 1 inch of snow is possible, creating slushy roads up until noon.  As temperatures rise through the afternoon, snow will change to rain. 

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