CLOSINGS The federal government in the D.C. area will open two hours late on Tuesday. Employees can take unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
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As temps drop, snow and ice threaten area roads

Patches of snowfall are continuing across the D.C. area as the current storm winds down. As temperatures drop, icy patches could form on roads, bridges and ramps. Get the latest weather, traffic and closings information in WTOP's live blog.

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