UPDATED 8 p.m. Friday: Sunshine has replaced the snow, but commuters faced icy roads Friday morning thanks to chilly overnight temperatures.
Although most area schools were closed Friday, federal workers had a two-hour delay pushing back rush hour. A crash along the Inner Loop before River Road jammed traffic through Tysons during the late commute. A truck crash closed Inner Loop through lanes before I-295 this morning,
And the Baltimore-Washington Parkway was shut down for more than two hours because of icy conditions.
The storm brought 7 inches to Reagan National and Dulles had a total 13.3 inches of snow. A foot of snow was the average across the region, however the storm dropped up to 2 feet of snow in some areas of Carroll County, according to ABC7.
The sun will help soften the frozen snow as Washingtonians began digging out their cars and walks. But now the region is bracing for the possibility of more snow Friday night and into Saturday morning.
The sun Friday will begin the melting process, but more snow is possible in the evening. Friday will bring sunshine and highs in the 40s. Friday night, skies will become cloudy and some light snow will fall after midnight.
Morning snow showers will kick off Saturday morning, but clouds will break for some afternoon sun. Highs will be in the mid 30s.
Sunday will be partly cloudy with continued cold as highs reach the 30s. For Presidents Day, expect cloudy skies and a stray afternoon shower. Highs will be in the upper 30s.
The federal government will open on a two-hour delay Friday. Employees have the option for unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
See when weather will hit your doorstep or head out of the region with WTOP's radar maps.
Many roadways are cleared, but conditions are worse on ramps, secondary roads and neighborhood streets. Both pedestrians and drivers should be very careful on neighborhood streets as there are reports of people walking in roads to avoid unshoveled sidewalks.
There were several traffic issues Friday morning. Follow @WTOPtraffic on Twitter for the latest traffic updates.
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