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Va. Schools Closed; Feds, D.C. Schools On Two-Hour Delay

The season's first winter blast coated area roads with ice on Sunday evening, forcing closures of many local schools and putting others on a two-hour delay. Here's the updated list of what's open and what's not in the region.
  • Closed: Loudoun County public schools, Fairfax County public schools, Fauquier County public schools, Prince William County public schools, Montgomery County public schools, Arlington County public schools, Alexandria City public schools, Howard County public schools, Falls Church schools, Manassas City schools, Manassas Park schools, Stafford County schools, Carroll County schools.
  • Two-Hour Delay: D.C. government, D.C. public schools, Frederick County public schools, Prince George’s County public schools, Anne Arundel County public schools, federal government (with option for unscheduled leave or telework).
  • Open: Arlington County government, Fairfax County government (except courts), Montgomery County government (at 10 a.m.).

For more closings and delays, please check with our content partner NBC Washington. For individual D.C. charter schools, check here.

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