Almost three years ago, a moderate snowfall blindsided Washington because it fell quickly on congested road, preventing plows from getting through. Frederick experienced a similar phenomena Sunday and commuters could experience the Carmageddon of 2011 all over again Tuesday morning.
With snow and later ice predicted to fall over the D.C. region Sunday, emergency responders urge drivers to remember some basic winter weather rules.
The chances of the region getting a big snowstorm are getting slimmer by the day. Nevertheless, some major snow is still a possibility, according to ABC 7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill.