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Second wave

Feb 26, 2013
Washington crews were just finishing to remove the large mounds of snow that fell on the area Thursday when the second wave of snow began at about 10 a.m. today. According to the National Weather Service, the snow is supposed to continue through tonight and into Wednesday. A total accumulation of about six inches is expected. High winds up to 40 miles per hour are also predicted as a winter storm moves through the area. Washington schools let students out at 11:30 a.m. today. In some areas affected by the storm, snow was reported falling over one inch per hour.

Washington crews were just finishing to remove the large mounds of snow that fell on the area Thursday when the second wave of snow began at about 10 a.m. today. According to the National Weather Service, the snow is supposed to continue through tonight and into Wednesday. A total accumulation of about six inches is expected. High winds up to 40 miles per hour are also predicted as a winter storm moves through the area. Washington schools let students out at 11:30 a.m. today. In some areas affected by the storm, snow was reported falling over one inch per hour.

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