WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- Thousands of workers are scrambling to plow and salt roads from Connecticut down to Northern Virginia as blizzard warnings threaten the Mid-Atlantic for the second time in less than a week.
New York City, which missed much of the weekend storm that dumped 3 feet in some areas, is expected to receive up to 16 inches this time, giving more than 1 million school children a rare snow day.
Forecasters predict Washington and Philadelphia could get up to a foot. Each needs only 9 inches more to top the record snowfall set back in 1884.
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