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With yet another winter storm bearing down on the D.C. region, local road crews are assessing their salt stockpiles. The consensus is that there is enough to spread around.
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.
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.
After the blizzard of 2010 all America is debating whether federal workers are snow wimps or ice-conquering lions. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports on what the rest of the world is saying about us.
Director John Berry says he relies on a 6:00 p.m. conference call with local governments to help make the decision on the operating status of the federal government.
If you live in the Northeast part of the U.S., Friday may bring the mother of all snow storms. The DC region is battening down the hatches as Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains.
The snow is starting to melt in the nation's capital but the fallout from decisions to close, or not close, government offices will continue for a long time. So how much did it cost, or save, and was it too much or not enough? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the latest.
Possible freezing rain and sleet are approaching nation's capital. So will the government remain open on Wednesday? Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry says each time bad weather approaches he'll make that decision by 4am. But those comments have sparked consternation from former OPM director Linda Springer.