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TRAFFIC ALERT I-95 southbound at Va.123 in Woodbridge shut down so crews can treat the bridge over the Occoquan. Traffic diverted to U.S. 1.
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TRAFFIC ALERT No Brunswick or Camden Line service on MARC. Penn Line on "S" schedule. VRE on "S" schedule. Normal service for Metro.
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TRAFFIC ALERT On Metro's Orange Line, trains are single tracking between West Falls Church and Vienna due to a track problem.
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Roads icy and slick

If you need to travel Friday morning, be forewarned: Roads are icy around the D.C. metro region. Schools are closed. And, it's frigid out there. Temperature records have been broken. The D.C. and Baltimore areas are under a Wind Chill Advisory until 10 a.m. It could feel like it's 10 below zero. Get the latest weather, traffic and commuter updates in the WTOP live blog.

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