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Some people feel weather changes in their bones. Utilities feel them in their water mains. And this week's cold snap has caused dozens of ailing pipes to give out.
Temperatures in the D.C. area will be well below 32 degrees Monday night and Tuesday and that means the water in the pipes in your house can freeze and you might be tempted to put a few too many logs on that fire. What you need to know to protect your home when the temperature plunges.
Four Montgomery County, Md., schools closed early Tuesday because of a loss of power and heat, and burst pipes.
The cold weather set records in the Washington area on Tuesday, but as afternoon turns to evening, the winds will lighten up and Wednesday will see a bit of a warmup.
Roadside assistance calls to AAA Mid-Atlantic are up in Virginia because of cold temperatures.
The bone-chilling winter weather in the D.C. area can be dangerous. Those who spend too much time out in the cold and wind could end with hypothermia.