Federal employees in a Washington, D.C. metro area should arrive for work dual hours after than normal to equivocate a brunt of a wintery brew of snow, ice and sleet operative a approach by a region.
The Office of Personnel Management announced a preference this morning to check a opening of sovereign offices as good as let employees take unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
The National Weather Service released a winter continue advisory for most of a segment from 3 a.m. to 10 a.m. Wednesday. Federal News Radio’s sister station, WTOP, reports a combination of sleet, snow, frozen sleet and sleet was probable in and around D.C. starting around 2 a.m. and durability by a morning commute. Regions south and easterly of D.C. will see mostly rain. Drivers should ready for sleazy roads and reduced prominence that might make transport conditions formidable during a morning commute.
Several area school systems and internal governments are opening underneath a check as well.
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OPM speedy sovereign employees in a Washington metro area to download the OPM Alert mobile app, that lists a stream and active handling standing and sends pull notifications to surprise users of any changes.