Arlington County and the rest of the D.C. region could be in for more snow, starting early tomorrow morning and lasting through rush hour.
The Capital Weather Gang reported that Arlington and the rest of the area could receive up to 1 inch of snow early Tuesday, between roughly 3 and 10 a.m.
A period of snow expected late tonight into Tuesday. See image for more details. pic.twitter.com/skR7mqNaS8
— NWS DC/Baltimore (@NWS_BaltWash) January 29, 2018
County road crews will be out with their colleagues from the Virginia Department of Transportation pre-treating roads through rush hour today. VDOT asked drivers to give tanker trucks and trailing safety vehicles room to work.
In a press release, VDOT further asked drivers to:
- Stay closely tuned to weather forecasts (see National Weather Service) overnight and through the day tomorrow
- Consider teleworking or adjusting trips around the forecast. If conditions are icy, delay trips for safety.
- Assume any “wet” pavement to be icy. Bridges, ramps, overpasses and lower-volume roads may ice first, and even previously treated roads will become slick quickly with the low pavement temperatures.
- Ensure gas and wiper fluid tanks are full, and have a good emergency kit. Here’s how: http://www.ready.gov/car.