The District of Columbia Lifts Snow Emergency as of 9:30 am Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
When a snow emergency is declared, motorists may not park on the streets designated as snow emergency routes. Snow emergency tickets are $250.
(Washington, DC) The full DC Snow Team is deploying today, applying salt to major roadways and residential streets, as needed. The District also will move rush-hour traffic signal timing up to begin at 1 pm to facilitate the movement of traffic as employees leave work earlier to reach their destination before conditions can hamper travel.
The weather forecast is for rain and snow, becoming all snow after 4pm and a high temperature near 41F. Less than half an inch of snow is predicted to fall during the day, but snow is likely to continue falling until 9 pm tonight and perhaps another half inch of snow is possible.
The District Snow Team had more than 180 plows on their routes at 11 am today. These crews will work through the night, into tomorrow morning’s rush hour.
Motorists are reminded to drive carefully on wet roadways and give the snow plows ample room to work.