Third Storm in 11 Days for the District
Snow Emergency Back in Effect at 9 a.m. on Monday
(Washington, D.C.) – Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, District Department of Transportation Director Gabe Klein, and Department of Public Works Director William O. Howland, Jr. reported on cleanup efforts from two major storms last week while providing new deployment plans for yet another storm forecasted to drop additional snow on Monday.
“We have already recorded new record breaking snow accumulation numbers for the District,” said Mayor Fenty. “Our crews have been out non-stop for over a week cleaning up from the two-previous storms and are gearing up for pre-treatment again on roadways that have already been cleared. They have done a fantastic job so far and are ready to handle this next storm.”
National Weather Forecast is forecasting a storm that will bring to the region a possible 4-8” of snow. The District is forecasted for possible rain in addition to some snow accumulation, with lower numbers (only 4”) forecasted at this time (this is subject to change as new weather reports come in).