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The setup for a snowstorm is far from perfect in Washington.
The forecast for the snowstorm that is finally ending across the Washington region was about as complicated as it gets.
The snowstorm delayed the long-awaited start to in-person classes Monday in the District.
For us to get a really big snowstorm would require a secondary low pressure system to develop to our southeast and track up the Mid-Atlantic coast while strengthening rapidly.
“These big snowstorms are pretty rare, so it’s difficult to really determine if we’re seeing any change in how often they occur and how strong they are,” Robinson says.
By contrast, William Henry Harrison ignored a snowstorm in 1841 and removed his coat and hat before speaking for nearly two hours and 8,445 words.
Find a snow pusher shovel that fits your needs all season longWhen you live in a climate that sees its fair share of snowstorms, you should consider adding a snow pusher to your snow removal arsenal.
At first, archeologists assumed he’d fallen in a snowstorm and frozen to death.
If all goes according to plan at the new testing site in Ohio, people may soon feel equally comfortable hailing an autonomous taxi in the middle of a snowstorm as on a clear, sunny day.
It would be very easy to get stuck in the mud or get pinned down by a snowstorm if we weren’t paying attention.

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