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... 19 The response to extreme weather begins well before the event. Such events are identified as extreme weather events by various parties.
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... 20 wait in the street rather than at the bus stops, given that the curb was typically entirely blocked by more than 2 feet of snow, and considering that much of the plowing had pushed snow directly into the paths between the stops and the arriving buses. One Washington Post commenter inquired, "What good does it do to clean out a bus shelter and still leave several feet of snow in the curb lane so that a rider cannot even reach the bus?

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