The Washington area is facing a third day of frigid weather and school closings and delays Thursday.
Washington area residents are digging out from as much as 10 inches of snow following the most significant winter storm of the season.
A handful of area schools are closed or delayed Friday due to the winter storm earlier in the week.
Federal offices are open Thursday, one day after being shuttered for a snowstorm that largely spared the immediate Washington area.
It’s déjà vu for Washington area drivers who ended last week with a tumultuous commute. Freezing rain is turning Monday morning into an encore of sorts.
A wintry mix headed our way Monday evening brings with it the potential to make roads a mess tomorrow and even close schools in the morning.
Schools officials in Washington and Baltimore, along with those in a number of counties, have decided to close because of the bad weather that’s coming.
A list of important resources, information and assistance for Hurricane Sandy.
You may notice some of your coworkers and classmates missing today if they are active participants of the Jewish faith, and some public schools in the area may not even be open at all.
The federal government went back to work Tuesday, but plenty of public schools are still without power. Also, some government agencies are giving their employees to work from home. See the full list of closings.