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Topic - Steve Zubrick
A late-season snow storm is bearing down on the D.C. area, after burying the Midwest under more than a foot of snow.
The D.C. area on Monday was beginning to brace itself for what could be the first significant snowfall in two years.
If there are two things the District does well -- aside from half-smokes and traffic congestion -- it's spring flowers and unpredictable weather.
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.
officer Steve Zubrick said that while Tuesday's temperatures hovered in the mid-40s, the thermometer could drop to 33 degrees overnight.
National Weather Service science and operations officer Steve Zubrick said "the odds of going either way are kind of equal" for whether March could be unseasonably warm or cold.