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Almost three years ago, a moderate snowfall blindsided Washington because it fell quickly on congested road, preventing plows from getting through. Frederick experienced a similar phenomena Sunday and commuters could experience the Carmageddon of 2011 all over again Tuesday morning.
As cold weather hits the area, many people are wondering just how cold it will get and how much snow could be on the way. Sure, meteorologists may help predict what's to come, but some folklore could point to what winter will look like.
Call it a dry run. Hundreds of workers in Prince George's County tested snow equipment and familiarized themselves with their snow plow routes, making sure they are ready for winter.
With Friday morning's Freeze Warning and cooler temperatures on the way, it may be time to start thinking about this winter's snow.
A freeze watch goes into effect Thursday night through Friday morning for counties west of Interstate 95, bringing with it temperatures in the lower 30s.
Will you need your shovel and snow boots this winter? Meteorologists predict more snow will fall over D.C. this winter.
Hi: 75 °F | Lo: 57 °F