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Winter Storm Stella delays, closures, and more

Delays, closures, and a few more snow showers

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Monday evening’s winter weather brought snow, sleet, and freezing rain. The snowfall caused certain D.C. area suburbs to get between six-and-a-half and 10 inches, while only three inches accumulated in parts inside the Beltway.

The Capital Weather Gang reported that The Weather Service discontinued advisories for most of the region, but a winter storm warning remains in effect for Frederick County. Montgomery and Howard counties also have a weather advisory in place until 2 p.m.

No further significant accumulation is expected as the bulk of the storm appears to be over. Despite this, continue to expect the temperature to stay above freezing around the Beltway through at least 6 p.m.

Below, find a list of D.C. government agencies and colleges that are experiencing closures and delays today:

Winter Storm Stella Closures and Delays

Closures Delays
Closures Delays
American University Federal government opens three hours late.
Catholic University D.C. government opens two hours late.
Gallaudet University Most D.C. Public Library locations open at 11:30 a.m.
Georgetown University D.C. Public Schools open two hours late (Many of D.C.'s charter schools are closed.)
George Washington University Most D.C.-area Smithsonian museums open at noon.
Howard University All Metro stations open with trains coming about every 12 minutes on each line (Blue and Yellow single-tracking)
Smithsonian National Zoo Metrobus delays are likely
Data via DCist

Still on the hunt for emergency shelters and warming sites? Be sure to check DCist’s article here.

Here Are D.C.'s Closures And Delays Due To Winter Storm Stella [DCist]

D.C. Prepares For Winter Storm With Snow Predictions Of Six To Ten Inches [DCist]

Wintry mix tapering off in D.C. region, scattered snow showers likely this afternoon [The Washington Post]

Winter Storm Stella will bring heavy snow to D.C. [Curbed DC]