UPDATED: Feb. 23, 2015 3:37 p.m.
LANHAM, Md. (WNEW/AP) — Slushy roads are creating problems for many drivers after several inches of snow was dumped on the region Saturday.
Temperatures climbed into the 40s Sunday, but dipped into the lower 20s Sunday night — refreezing melted snow and ice on untreated surfaces.
Areas of black ice remained on some roads Monday morning as temperatures stayed well below freezing. Drivers were urged to use caution when traveling during the Monday morning commute.
The following schools in northern Virginia opened on a two-hour delay Monday:
–Loudoun County Public Schools
–Prince William County Public Schools
–Spotsylvania County Public Schools
–Fauquier County Public Schools
–Fairfax County Public Schools
–Stafford County Public Schools
The following schools in Maryland also opened on a two-hour delay Monday:
–Prince George’s County Public Schools
–Anne Arundel County Public Schools
–Baltimore City Public Schools
–Baltimore County Public Schools
–Montgomery County Public Schools
–Howard County Public Schools
–Frederick County Public Schools
–Carroll County Public Schools
–Harford County Public Schools
Amtrak announced Sunday afternoon that service in the Northeast Corridor will operate on a modified schedule Monday due to ongoing weather-related issues.
Some Acela Express and Northeast Regional schedules have been adjusted between New York City and Boston or Washington, D.C.
All other NEC services will operate normally.
More than 3,700 Pepco customers in the WNEW listening area didn’t have power Sunday afternoon. The majority of the power outages were located in D.C.
Travelers headed to the airport were encouraged to check flight information.
Nearly 60 flights were reportedly canceled at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, 40 flights were canceled at Washington Dulles International Airport and about 25 flights were canceled at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Nearly 5 inches of snow fell in the District, while Baltimore received 9 inches.
Snow totals in Montgomery County range from 3 inches in Silver Spring to 13 inches in Damascus.
In Prince George’s County, around 4 inches of snow fell. Parts of Howard County were hit by 10 inches of snow.
In Frederick County, Maryland, Jefferson saw 12 inches. And in Northern Virginia, residents saw anywhere from 3 inches in Burke to 8 inches to Reston.
Follow WNEW on Twitter
(TM and Copyright 2015 CBS Radio Inc. and its relevant subsidiaries. CBS RADIO and EYE Logo TM and Copyright 2015 CBS Broadcasting Inc. Used under license. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)