Plow Crews Working At D.C.-Area Airports
WASHINGTON (AP) — Airports in the Washington area are reporting scattered delays from the season’s first winter storm.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority spokeswoman Kimberly Gibbs says crews spent 20 minutes treating the runway at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on Sunday afternoon. There had not been enough accumulation at Dulles International Airport to require treatment of the runway.
Gibbs says there have been some delays and that passengers should check with their airlines.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall airport spokesman Jonathan Dean says there was “moderate to heavy” snow Sunday afternoon. Plow crews were standing by. He says there have been few delays but more are likely in the late afternoon and evening because of bad weather in Maryland and elsewhere.
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