A late winter snowstorm that grounded hundreds of flights and closed government offices in Washington, D.C., on Monday will end by midday. The storm has brought as much as 10 inches to the nation’s capital.
Winter storm warnings and weather advisories stretched from Kentucky to southern New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service.
The Washington Dulles International Airport recorded 6.6 inches of snow Sunday, the most ever for March 16, the weather service said. Baltimore reported 6 inches and parts of western Maryland has as much as 11 inches, Carolan said.
Government offices in Washington are closed Monday according to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s website.
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Snow is not expected to be an issue in New York.