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Regional airports ready for possible Saturday snow

The current snow plan for Reagan National and Dulles International airports plan is to continue closely monitoring the weather and the airfield conditions. Right now the pavement temperatures are well above freezing at both airports, a spokesman said. He said the airports will have maintenance crews at both airports that can operate snow equipment Saturday if the need arises.

As with any storm, the airports are advising passengers to keep contact information for their airline handy. That way they can quickly check the status of their flights as the airlines provide specific updates.

--Sholnn Freeman

By washingtonpost.com editors  |  December 4, 2009; 4:59 PM ET
Categories:  Airports , Weather  
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