Getting out of snowy D.C.
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Getting out of snowy D.C.

Washington's airports have reopened, and while the main roads from downtown are clear enough to drive to Reagan National Airport, its above-ground Metro station is still closed. Many passengers continue to stand-by for flights that were previously canceled because of the storm. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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