It may not look like much yet, but people are getting ready for the upcoming storm. At the Alexandria Lowe’s store, snow shovels were a hot commodity.
The Maryland State Highway Administration said it planned to have its crews come in early Monday morning and wait until expected rain showers started changing over to frozen precipitation.
The sun shined while the thermometer climbed on Monday, and many in the D.C. area decided to get their fresh air fix, since temperatures are soon about to change – drastically.
One of the biggest concerns about today's storm system is that the ground is saturated from recent heavy rains which could make trees vulnerable to high winds.
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