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Closings and delays in the D.C. area for Tuesday, Jan. 21

Following is a list of weather-related closings and delays for Tuesday:

(Montgomery County Public Schools, Howard County Public Schools and Arlington County Public Schools — except Barcroft — previously were scheduled off for students Tuesday unrelated to weather.)

All Smithsonian museums were to close at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

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●Federal government offices

●D.C. government offices

●Prince George’s County government


● D.C. Superior Court

● U.S. District Court in Alexandria

●Prince George’s District and Circuit courts

●U.S. District Court in Washington

School closings

● Alexandria City Public Schools

● Anne Arundel Public Schools

●Calvert County Public Schools

● District of Columbia Public Schools

● ●Fairfax County Public School

● Fauquier County Public Schools

●Loudoun County Public Schools

●Montgomery County Schools have cancelled inservice. Transportation will not be provided for nonpublic schools, and administrative offices are open.

●Prince George’s County Public Schools and offices. Emergency personnel must report.

● Prince William County Public Schools

● ●Stafford County Public Schools. Administrative offices open at 10 a.m.

Colleges and universities

●American University

●Catholic University

●Gallaudet University

●George Mason said classes will take place until 11:30 a.m. Administrative offices are open.

●George Mason University

●Georgetown University

●Howard University

●University of the District of Columbia

●University of Maryland College Park

Most D.C. charter schools are closed. Check out this page from charter school officials for more details.


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