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Normal commute greets Tuesday travelers

Good morning, Washington. Yesterday at this time, travelers were caught in a thick soup of fog that blanketed the area. Accidents were pilinig up, and delays were affecting air travel.

What a difference a day makes. There isn't much fog in the area this morning, and the commutes seem to be progressing smoothly. The traffic maps are showing few accidents, and Metro isn't reporting any delays.

Volume seemed a bit heavy on U.S. 50 from Annapolis into the District this morning, but the drive was clear and traffic moved quickly.

Watch out for ongoing road construction in some heavily traveled areas. Some of the areas to be aware of are: I-66 eastbound at I-495; H Street NE between Third and 12th streets; 15th Street NW between E Street and New York Avenue; Montrose Road at Rockville Pike; and Veirs Mill Road at Aspen Hill.

Stay alert and be careful out there.

By Michael Bolden  |  December 15, 2009; 6:36 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories , Commuting  
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