One Year Ago in Montgomery County, March 14, 2017

Cat watching the snow in Washington Grove

A year ago a Nor’easter winter storm hit the mid-atlantic are on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Schools and several local government offices were closed due to the snow and freezing rain.

We asked residents to share their photos documenting the snow day, and we received photos from around the county.

These images included icy cherry blossoms in Potomac, slushy streets in Bethesda and empty shelves at a grocery store in Rockville. We also received photos of people digging out local sidewalks, and snow plows at work clearing snow and ice from area roadways across the county.

Here’s a look (below) at photos from March 14, 2017:

  • Crews clearing sidewalks in Gaithersburg

Here’s the stories from March 14, 2017:

Five Things to Know Today, March 14, in Montgomery County

UPDATED: National Weather Service Issues Winter Weather Advisory for Montgomery County

MoCo Snow Blog: Nor’easter 2017 (VIDEO)

Takoma Park City Offices Will Open at Noon on Mar. 14

What’s Closed, What’s Open

Traffic Light Pole Down at Clopper Road in Gaithersburg (PHOTOS)

Leggett Unveils $5.4 Billion Budget

Trash and Recycling Schedule Change in Kensington Due to Weather

Gaithersburg Mayor Jud Ashman Shares March Madness Picks and Issues a Challenge (VIDEO)

Silver Spring Ice Skating Rink Opens Its Doors Despite Winter Storm

MCPS to Open Two Hours Late on Wednesday

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