The District's snow team, meaning the departments of transportation and public works, will hold an hour-long online forum starting at 12:30 p.m. Friday to discuss how well they did in cleaning up after the big storms this winter.
The Post's Aaron C. Davis reports that the Tidal Basin is difficult to navigate for people intent on seeing the cherry trees in flower. Construction around the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial and flooding in the area makes the western half of the basin -- from the Jefferson Memorial to the Roosevelt Memmorial -- unwalkable. Additional construction on the eastern side of the Jefferson Memorial and flooding makes navigation even more difficult.
Rainy weather through Tuesday will affect travelers on the roads and in the air in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
Several waterfront sections of Alexandria and Georgetown have experienced minor flooding as the combination of rain and snow melting near the headwaters of the Potomac has sent water surging over the river banks.
Frederick County officials say small stream flooding has forced the closure of two county roads near Thurmont and Emmitsburg. Emergency managers across the Washington region prepared Friday for more problems from storms that were expected to produce heavy rain Friday night and Saturday.
Airlines have canceled hundreds of flights in the New York City area and Philadelphia. Continental Airlines canceled 70 of its 200 flights at the major international airport in Newark, N.J., as well as all 200 flights planned by regional partners