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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Snow, ice threaten morning commute

Snowfall is tapering off in the D.C. area Tuesday morning, but the real threat is on the roadways as frigid roads, snow accumulation and ice could mean trouble for the morning commute. Get the latest weather, traffic and closings information in WTOP's live blog.

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VA puts everyone on the same map

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