A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the District and parts of Maryland and Virginia.
As temperatures remain below freezing around the Washington-Baltimore region a day after another snowstorm, schools and governments in the region remained closed or delayed opening.
A quick blast of winter weather created a messy commute and delayed some Washington region schools Tuesday.
An ice storm that toppled trees and downed power lines has left nearly 125,000 customers in the dark around the Washington region.
The superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools has issued a formal apology for the decision to open schools on time on Friday.
Three Loudoun County, Va., school buses were stuck for up to two-and-a-half hours Friday morning due to icy road conditions.
Freezing rain is headed to the D.C. area Friday morning, which could make for a messy commute.
The D.C. area will see snow again Saturday morning, but the winter wonderland won’t last long, at least inside the Beltway.
The Washington area got hit with its second blast of winter weather in three days Tuesday, shutting down federal agencies and most public school school systems in the D.C. area.
Gov. Bob McDonnell is urging Virginians to prepare for a possible major ice storm.