Thursday, February 21, 2008

"Significant Slipperiness Due to Ice"

Via Capital Weather Gang: A morning transition (from south to north) from snow to sleet and freezing rain, and then mostly freezing rain through much of the day tomorrow, still looks like a good bet. Significant slipperiness due to ice, along with school closures, are likely. Temperatures tomorrow, mainly in the mid 20s to near 30, could climb to slightly above freezing in DC and points south and east late in the day, turning freezing rain into plain rain. Precipitation should taper off tomorrow night.

I swear, if I fall one more time tomorrow because the city hasn't salted or sanded sidewalks, I'm looking for jobs in the North, where people know how to do this, or the South, where it never snows.

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