Bitter temperatures have broken a record at Dulles International Airport in the Washington, D.C. area.
AAA saw a record number of calls for drivers in need of help on Monday and calls are continuing along with the frigid temperatures.
If you haven’t already heard, it’s going to get very cold in the next 24 hours. Meteorologists say temperatures (even without the dreaded windchill) will likely dip below zero.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is issuing a travel advisory, urging commuters to leave early and avoid a snowy rush hour.
The day after the biggest winter storm of the year closed schools and federal government offices in the D.C. and Baltimore areas, another Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect for the region.
Baltimore’s health commissioner says there have been two deaths in the city this month attributed to cold temperatures.
On Tuesday, when snow was falling and Fairfax County Public Schools elected not to close despite the weather, #closeFCPS was trending not only locally but worldwide on Twitter. On Thursday morning, when overnight temperatures were in the single digits and wind made it feel even colder, some people from neighboring Prince William County took a similar approach to letting school officials know how they felt.
Metro riders on nearly all lines are facing delays Thursday morning as extreme cold cracked two rails and other equipment was affected by the weather, as well.
The District of Columbia region is hitting record low temperatures Wednesday.
Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.