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All DC area federal agencies are open and on time. However, more snow is on the way.
Federal employees in the Washington D.C. area have some extra time, if needed, to get to work this morning. The Office of Personnel Management announced a two-hour delay for those feds after snow and ice blanketed the area last night. The Baltimore Federal Executive Board has announced that agencies under its purview are closed.
Much of the D.C. area and parts north only saw a light dusting once the storm was done by mid-morning, and most of that had melted by 1 p.m.
Temperatures will be in the teens and 20s Tuesday night, which could bring a refreeze.
There are precautions you can take before venturing out onto the road.
He's done it every business day for three years. Brett Hack of Herndon's made the 36 mile round trip commute from home to his office in McLean by bike-every day - even in that awful storm on January 26th.
Flurries Wednesday night left a dusting of snow on the ground throughout the WTOP listening area, with up to an inch of accumulation to the south and east of D.C., prompting some closures and delays.
Think this winter is nasty? Well, exactly one year ago the D.C. area was rocked by the first of two back-to-back blizzards that President Obama, among others, called "snowmageddon."
Though the WTOP listening area is getting snow and ice worthy of the record books this winter season, you may not need the very best, top-of-the-line snow blower to clear it all.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says the ground also may be oversaturated from the rain. That could lead to trees uprooting and falling on roads.