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It's a snow day in the District as several inches of snow overnight have prompted the federal government and most schools to close, also slowing down Metro service.
Temperatures aren't just low in the District — they are downright dangerous and getting worse, prompting another Cold Emergency Alert.
The worst of the frigid winter winds are over, but the wind chill is expected to remain well below 0 into President's Day, so stay indoors or bundle up well if you have plans outside.
Some schools are delayed Tuesday morning, others are closed. But by and large, the D.C. region has been spared the worst of the winter weather.
Much of the D.C. region is wet this morning, and while our neighbors to the north are preparing for potentially historic snowfalls, D.C. should only get a couple inches.
A lot of districts are on a two-hour delay, but some are closed for the day.
Extreme wind chill factors, lingering snow and ice — we're frozen again today.
Many districts in Virginia and Maryland took no chances with the roads today.
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