Wednesday Morning Rundown

First snow of 2015 at Lake Anne/Credit: Ken Knueven via Facebook

Missing The Mark — Examining why forecasters got Tuesday’s snow forecast wrong. [Washington Post]

Silver Line To The Hill — New Congresswoman Barbara Comstock touted the benefits of Metro’s Silver Line, which she took to work during Tuesday’s snowstorm. [C-SPAN]

Shovels Ready? — Reston Association has a cheat sheet on who is responsible for plowing/shoveling what and where around here. [Reston Association]

Truland’s Troubles Continue — Reston-based Truland Group, the electrical contractor that filed for bankruptcy over the summer, will likely have to payout three times as much as forecasted to cover claims. [Washington Business Journal]

Photo: First snow of 2015 at Lake Anne/Credit: Ken Knueven via Facebook

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