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Coming Up: Post Experts Field Your Snow Questions

Washington Post reporters and weather experts will be online today to chat with readers about the largest winter storm to hit the region in three years.

Check in at 11 a.m. to chat about the snow's impact on area roads and transit with Washington Post reporters Eric Weiss and Lena Sun.

And come back at 1 p.m., when the meteorologists of the Capital Weather Gang will be online to discuss what to expect as the day progresses.

By Mike McPhate  |  March 2, 2009; 9:57 AM ET
 
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Politico's Carol Lee reported around Noon: "Police tape blocking off Vermont Ave, 16th St, etc from I St. down to White House - trying to figure out why. Can't get through. An officer would only tell me it's all blocked off "for security reasons." UPDATE: Looks like I can enter via 17th st but only because I have a press pass. Cops telling anyone else that right now the area is closed down."

What's going on?

Posted by: cab91 | March 2, 2009 12:48 PM | Report abuse

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