Here is a summary of what will and will not be open today in the wake of this week's storms:
D.C. public schools will be open. Loudoun County schools will open one hour late. Howard County schools will open two hours late for grades 1-12, but there will be no kindergarten classes. Schools in Anne Arundel, Arlington, Fairfax, Montgomery, Prince George's, and Prince William counties will be closed, as will schools in the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church.
The federal government will be open with liberal leave policy in effect.
The District government, as well as local governments in suburban Maryland and Virginia, will resume normal operations. Maryland and Virginia state governments will also be open, as will federal and local courts in the metropolitan area.
Metro buses and subways plan to run normal schedules today. Metro officials warned that riders on the Orange Line may experience delays between the Stadium-Armory and New Carrollton stations.
Dulles International, Baltimore-Washington International and National airports will continue normal operations.
Amtrak trains and Greyhound, Continental and Trailways bus companies expect to run normal schedules.
The universities of Maryland and D.C. and George Washington University will operate on normal schedules. Law school classes at Georgetown University will not begin until 10 a.m., but otherwise Georgetown schedules will be normal. Classes at George Mason University are canceled, but libraries and offices will be open until 5 p.m. Northern Virginia Community College will run normal schedules. Prince George's CommunityCollege will be closed.
Parking restrictions, including time limits, will be enforced in the downtown area. Cars parked on snow emergency routes or streets where parking is prohibited during rush hours must be moved by 11 a.m. today.
Trash collections will resume today in Arlington and Montgomery counties and tomorrow in Fairfax County. Prince George's County will resume trash collections Monday, but may make some refuse pickups Saturday if weather permits. In the District. trash normally collected on Tuesdays will be collected today.
The D.C. Board of Elections has extended the filing deadline for the special elections to fill two council seats one day until 5 p.m. Friday.