The worst of the wintry precipitation is over, but chilly temperatures could mean treacherous driving conditions and even windchills in the single digits. There's also a small chance of a few snow showers. Several counties have canceled school. Others are on a two-hour delay.
WASHINGTON — Side streets are icy and a number of schools have delayed their openings or closed Wednesday.
Federal agencies, however, will be open for business, according to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Amtrak: Amtrak operating a modified schedule. There will be limited Acela Express service between New York City and D.C. The Northeast Regional service running on a modified schedule with some trains canceled. Service between New York and Boston has been suspended due to the storm.
More than 1,000 flights were canceled at the three D.C.-area airports on Tuesday. Airport officials said to expect a ripple effect from the cancellations to last into Wednesday.
CLOSINGS AND DELAYS
School districts closing Wednesday include Loudoun County Public Schools, Manassas City Public Schools, Baltimore County Public Schools and Prince William County Public Schools.
Due to an electrical issue, Fort Smallwood Elementary School in Anne Arundel County will be closed for students and staff Wednesday.
In Maryland, public schools in Montgomery, Charles, Carroll, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s and Howard counties are among those that will open under a two-hour delay on Wednesday.
In Virginia, public schools in Frederick, Arlington, Fairfax and Culpeper counties are among those that will open under a two-hour delay on Wednesday.
Get the full list of closings and delays on WTOP.com.
The wet, heavy snow and ice brought down trees, causing power outages in the area.
Delmarva Power reports more than 12,000 customers in the dark in New Castle County, Delaware, on Wednesday morning. The utility says it has restored power to 68,000 customers in Maryland and Delaware.
Maryland officials report about 3,500 outages around the state, including about 2,000 Delmarva Power customers in Cecil County. Officials say power has been restored to about 46,500 Maryland customers.
Dominion Power reports about 1,200 customers in the dark in Virginia, mostly in the Middle Peninsula/Northern Neck and Richmond areas. It says it has restored power to more than 90 percent of customers who lost power.