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Old-timers tell youngsters how they used to walk to school uphill, both ways, in blinding snow. Soon, they might add recess to their tales of less pampered days of yore.
Icy neighborhood streets and sidewalks are the big problems people are encountering.
The D.C. region has yet to get hit with a real winter wallop, but all the pre-treating and minor storms are still gobbling up snow budgets.
Tags: snow plows , snow storm , plow , pre-treating roads , SHA , State Highway Administration , VDOT , Virginia Department of Transportation , DDOT , D.C. Department of Transportation , Department of Transportation , Adam Tuss
A couple of inches of snow is nothing over which to panic. But with snow coming, it never hurts to offer a few reminders.
A fast-moving storm left a light coating of snow on roads that was gone just a few hours later, but not before it caused a series of crashes in Virginia.
With snow falling at 4:50 a.m. in Frederick, the decision was made to delay the school day by two hours.
Sprawling transit delays from the recent blizzard are beginning to break up as the Northeast digs itself out from under feet of snow, but some are still having a hard time finding a way out of town.
The D.C. area has been mostly spared by a snowstorm that is dumping large amounts of snow on Southern Maryland, the Eastern Shore.
ABC 7 Meteorologist Alex Liggitt says the commute will still be a concern, especially farther east where there are predictions of more snow.
Ahead of a storm that turned out to be little more than a major tease got shoppers out early Sunday morning.