Weather-related closings and delays for Tuesday in the D.C. area

Following is a list of weather-related closings and delays for Tuesday in the Washington area:

[See more closings and delays from local organizations]
[Breakdown of snow days at local districts]

School closures:

●Prince William County Public Schools

●Prince George’s County Public Schools

●Arlington County Public Schools

●Alexandria City Public Schools

●Montgomery County Public Schools

● Fairfax County Public Schools

● Loudoun County Public Schools

● Falls Church City Public Schools

●Charles County Public Schools

●Culpeper County Public Schools

● Anne Arundel County Public Schools

● Stafford County Public Schools

● Fauquier County Public Schools

●Carroll County Public Schools

●Frederick County Public Schools (Note: Frederick schools had said earlier that they would open two hours late.)

●Howard County Public Schools (Note: Howard schools had said earlier that they would open two hours late.)

School delays:

●D.C. Public Schools will open two hours late.

Other delays:

●Federal agencies in the D.C. area have a two-hour delay, with the option for unscheduled leave/telework.

●The D.C. government will open after a two-hour delay. Also, the snow emergency remains in effect, meaning parking restrictions and taxi surcharges continue.

●Arlington County government will open two hours late. Arlington courts will open at 10 a.m.

[Related: The latest from Capital Weather Gang]

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