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Yesterday's snow is yesterday's news

The snowfall leading up to Wednesday morning's commute -- the appetizer to this weekend's Snowpocalypse 2: The Squeakquel, I guess -- doesn't appear to have many lingering effects this morning. Even though the snow remains on the ground, with temperatures below freezing in the District and surrounding parts, there isn't much in the way of any delays to report.

There are a pair of service changes: (1) Maryland Transit Administration local buses on the #14 line are bypassing Anne Arundel Community College due to inclement weather. (2) And shortly before 6 a.m., MTA also reported that train 843 on the MARC Camden Line would be delayed an "uncertain amount of time" owing to a disabled freight train stopped at the Savage station having its equipment inspected; other train delays stemming from this are possible (via). 6:25 A.M. UPDATE: Train 843 will be running 20 to 25 minutes late, MTA reports.

As you prepare to head out this morning, there are no other reported detours on the Fairfax Connector, MARC, Ride On or Metro bus or rail (though the Metro's warning that buses are operating normal service but there could be delays or buses could run on snow emergency routes is still in effect).

By Mark Berman  |  February 4, 2010; 6:01 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories , Commuting  
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