Snow Moves Into Mid-Atlantic; Federal Offices Closed In DC

This photo provided by Madison County Sheriff's Office, authorities closed down a road after power lines came down and homes suffered damage early Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022 in Hazel Green, Ala. The storms followed a system earlier Saturday which brought a possible tornado and flooding to parts of Kentucky. (Madison County Sheriff's Office via AP)

A winter storm is blowing into the nation’s capital, closing government offices and schools. Fierce winds with as much as 10 inches of snow is forecast for the District of Columbia, northern Virginia and central Maryland.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the area until 4 p.m. local time on Monday. Travel is expected to be hazardous and more than 400,000 customers are without power.

More than half the flights were delayed or cancelled Monday morning at Washington’s three major airports. The snow began falling Sunday night in parts of Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee.


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