Most of the cars parked in D.C.’s snow emergency routes have been moved, say D.C. police – hours after Police Chief Cathy Lanier urged drivers to make room for public works vehicles.
Local government agencies have urged the Washington Capitals to cancel Friday evening’s game at Verizon Center due to the approaching winter storm.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe says the state is ready for up to 3 feet of snow, and implores Virginians, “please stay off the roads.”
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American Airlines is canceling all flights in the D.C. area after 3:30 p.m. Friday, the airline announced Thursday.
With the potential for whiteout conditions, freezing temperatures and winds gusting over 50 mph, utility companies across the area are preparing for widespread power outages through the weekend.
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As snow fell across the region during rush hour Wednesday, major roadways were at a standstill. Many frustrated commuters took to social media, and other mediums, to air their grievances.
D.C., Virginia and Maryland have declared states of emergency. D.C. also declared a snow emergency that goes into effect Friday morning.
Metrorail announced Thursday that it be closed beginning 11 p.m. Friday night through Saturday and Sunday. Metro is providing service Friday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
WTOP asked Va., Md., and D.C. officials: What happened Wednesday night?
They warn that life and property would be threatened by the snow and wind, which are predicted to begin on Friday afternoon.
Massive plows, snow blowers and other unique pieces of equipment are ready to hit the runways and minimize the impact on flights over the next few days.
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