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Most area roadways in the D.C. area were slick with wet with rain or light snow early Thursday as part of major winter storm system across the Northeast that was expected to mostly spare the D.C. region but slam areas to the north with heavy snow. Still, there were major delays on main highways during […]

Transportation and police officials warned motorists and others to use caution, allow extra time and slow down as Monday morning’s commute will involve possible snow showers and wet, possibly dangerous roadways. GM! Snow arrived overnight. Rds mostly wet but temps at freezing. Reduce speeds & watch for trouble spots. — VDOT Northern VA (@VaDOTNOVA) […]

Most of the region only received a dusting of snow, but many drivers appeared to have avoided the roads.

Area transportation departments are preparing roadways for this year’s first possible snowfall. In Maryland, the Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (SHA) said roads and interstates are being prepped, as snow is expected to fall starting Thursday night and go into early Friday morning. Crews are spraying salt brine to “prevent snow or ice from […]

Forecasters and D.C. officials try to expect the unexpected as they get ready for storms.

Light snow hit area, leaving roads wet and possibly slick.

This time, highway officials say they are prepared.

Light dusting of snow and possible icy patches on roads in some parts of D.C. region, authorities warn drivers to slow down

Wet, slushy roads make for messy commute Tuesday

Snow falling in some parts of region, north of D.C., drivers advised to use caution.

  • The Washington Post
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  • Feb 9, 2016
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