D.C. is divided by something other than income equality—snow accumulation. Snow total estimates from the National Weather Service for the storm that's supposed to last into tomorrow morning show that the city is also separated by expectations.
According to the map, a line (between the yellow and tan regions) cuts the city in half: The eastern neighborhoods should expect between six and eight inches of snow while the western parts should anticipate between eight and ten. This isn't uncommon, but we can't figure out what's worse—snow in March, or this "Snowquester" nickname that people keep trying to make happen.
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