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DC Snow Team Goes Into Full Deployment Sunday March 2, For Yet Another Snow/Sleet/Freezing Rain Storm

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Fri, 02/28/2014

DC Snow Team Goes Into Full Deployment Sunday March 2, For Yet Another Snow/Sleet/Freezing Rain Storm

(Washington, DC) the District Snow Team (Department of Public Works and Department of Transportation) will go into a full deployment Sunday, March 2, putting more than 200 plows on District commercial and residential streets by 2 am Monday, March 3.  The forecast calls for a 90% chance for rain and snow early Monday morning and precipitation in the form of snow, sleet and freezing rain may continue through Monday evening.  Possibly 1-3 inches of snow may accumulate but this can change.  Temperatures will be in the low 30sF.

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