City's Roads Ready for Possible White Christmas

Meteorologists say it's unlikely the city will have a white Christmas, but sanitation workers aren't taking any chances

Monday, Dec 24, 2012  |  Updated 5:07 PM EDT
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City's Roads Ready for Possible White Christmas

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New York City's Department of Sanitation has issued a "snow alert" for Christmas Eve as a wintry mix of rain and some snow approaches the area.
 
Meteorologists say it's unlikely the city will have a white Christmas, but sanitation workers aren't taking any chances. Workers began loading hundreds of salt spreaders and preparing tire chains in case the city gets some winter weather.

  Rain with a chance of light snow is expected to fall on the city and surrounding areas starting Monday evening.

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