WASHINGTON — D.C. is notorious for politicians, traffic … and often being a tough place to predict the weather. WTOP talked about it with two of NBC Washington’s meteorologists, who say one big reason is…
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Many people already complain about poor predictions from the weatherman, but forecasting may soon take a sharp turn for the worse.
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.