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Snow is now -- in Washington DC from the seems to -- it up nearly a foot of snow in Chicago.
Hundreds of thousands of government employees have been told just stay home from Washington today.
Anticipation of the storm could bring up to sixteen inches of snow out in the suburban area but Peter DC's Matt -- that.
He is live from Washington so Peter what's it what's it like out there and -- weathered many storms in New Jersey so how are they handling at that.
-- that right now it's just wet.
And windy it's really that wintry mix of rain and -- and you look behind me out because there's been rain mixed in with the -- Almost no accumulation.
Here you can still tee to green grass on the lawn in front of the capitol as you've seen this morning this storm has been -- making its way.
-- Virginia where there are about a 1121000.
Customers without power right now.
In the dark.
And that cold and it's coming here to the capitol to the nation's capital where there are.
Power crews on hand from Alabama and Georgia to assist.
The power company here -- and case.
This high wind and -- heavy precipitation whatever you wanna call this rain snow -- not the lights out here.
The roads are pretty dead -- 10:30 in the morning on a Wednesday because as you mentioned.
All federal offices are closed federal employees non emergency employees have been told.
Just to stay home you've got an excused absence for the day we're not gonna hear anything.
In terms of briefings from the State Department or.
The White House today the mayor of Washington it's great just wants to keep the roads clear and even -- isn't any accumulation the roads are pretty slick right.
-- -- Here.
We're but -- set up for work this morning even that nobody else -- in that town thank you very much.
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