Arlington County snow crews are finalizing plans to tackle the winter storm that’s predicted to hit the region tomorrow evening.
Employees from the county’s Water Sewer Streets Bureau will be divided up into two teams that will work 12-hour, round-the-clock shifts starting tomorrow before the storm’s arrival.
Snow-clearing equipment will be readied tomorrow morning, with crews getting on the road by mid-afternoon, according to Department of Environmental Services spokeswoman Myllisa Kennedy.
County plows will continue clearing roads throughout the overnight hours, Kennedy said.
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