What are the road conditions like in Washington, D.C.? How do you know which roads in D.C. have been plowed and salted? If you live in the nation’s capital, then you’ve likely experienced more than two feet of snow since Winter Storm Jonas rolled in. Many areas are still at a complete standstill. You’ll want to keep track of snow plows when you’re getting ready to head back out on the roads.
Here’s where you can find more information about snow plows in your area:
Washington D.C.’s main snow page is here. Be aware that because of the number of visitors the site’s getting, the pages are running slower at times. If you want to track the snow plows specifically, go to this link. You can enter a DC location in their search bar to find the snow plow status of that specific area. You can use a street address, an intersection, or even a place name like “White House.”
According to DC.gov, residential and commercial property owners are asked to clear their sidewalks within 24 hours of a snowstorm ending.
You can also look at snow plows in Virginia to get an idea of what’s happening in nearby areas:
To see photos and more information on the blizzard, please read: