Flight Delays, Cancelations Wednesday at Reagan, Dulles Airports
Winter storm warning in effect for the DC metro area. Heavy, wet snow is delaying and canceling some flights.
Heavy, wet snow Wednesday has resulted in flight delays and cancelations at Reagan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI).
According to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority:
Reagan National and Dulles International Airports are open. We expect many flight delays and cancelations as the winter weather enters the region. Check directly with your airline for current flight status and airline rebooking policies.
Our airport snow removal teams are pretreating and removing snow on our runways.
A winter storm warning is in effect for the DC area, including Northern Virginia, from midnight Wednesday through 3 a.m. Thursday.
Stay with Patch throughout the storm for updates throughout today on weather, traffic and storm-related closures.
If you're traveling out of Dulles or Reagan airports, follow the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority on Twitter @dcairports and check www.metwashairports.com/snow.htm for more detailed information.
Here in DC and Northern Virginia, snow and a wintry mix will continue through Wednesday evening with significant accumulations in some areas.
Thursday will be mostly sunny and slightly warmer, with temperatures climbing back into the 40s.