Posts Tagged ‘d.c. snow’

DDOT Worker Seriously Injured During City Snow Clean-Up Test Run

She was struck by a snow plow.

Possible Snow Tuesday, No Chance for a Spring Snow Day

The District's weather-watchers expressed their dismay at the slight chance of snow hitting the region Tuesday with an abundance of question marks on Twitter and blogs.
Residents responded to the Capital Weather Gang's headline ("D.C. area forecast: From summer today to winter late Tuesday; even snow?") on Twitter thusly: "???"
The National Weather Service says this weekend's [...]

The Needle: Snow Routine

Here We Go Again: We can expect more snow in the early Wednesday morning hours. Will D.C. schools be able to handle it? -3
Love Thy Neighbor: Maryland drivers owe the District $28,915,895 in unpaid traffic citations from 2013. Think of all the new streetcar lines that could build! -2

District Line Daily: Stuck in the Middle

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A new Washington Post poll finds that the District is having trouble changing parents' opinions on [...]

Call These Numbers to Help People Get Shelter from the Snow

After the winter we've had, you probably know the drill by now. But if you know of someone in need of refuge from the weather tonight, make sure to call the city's Hypothermia Hotline so they can be transported to a shelter for the night.
The Hypothermia Hotline number is 800-535-7252. If you are unable to [...]

District Line Daily: Snow Day!

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D.C. is expected to see between three and six inches of snow during this morning's commute. [...]

The Needle: Fall’s Falling Snow

SNOWPOCALYPSE: Temperatures are expected to be 20 degrees below normal tomorrow, and there's a chance we could see snowflakes flying in the sky. -4
Giving Thanks: Veterans were honored in ceremonies throughout the District today. +10

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