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By Matt Kibbe
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Topic - David Buck
A storm featuring strong winds, rain and snow is forecast to follow in Superstorm Sandy's path on Wednesday, threatening battered coastal towns and perhaps bringing the D.C. area this season's first glimpse of snow.
National Weather Service officials are predicting savage weather conditions for the next 72 hours, warning residents to stay home to avoid blistering winds and heavy rainfall.
A Maryland inmate was killed yesterday morning when a car on the Capital Beltway ran off the road and struck him as he was collecting trash, police said.
David Buck, spokesman for the Maryland State Highway Administration, said all of the state roads were open as of Monday and maintenance crews were already conducting conference calls in preparation for the storm.
He said his agency was still sending crews on Sunday to Garrett County, Md., to help with clean up from the superstorm.