Loudoun, Fairfax Co. Schools Closed Monday; Winter Storm Warning Through Morning Commute

More freezing rain could fall across the region through the night, impacting the morning commute.

Update: additional closure information 

Fairfax County Government offices will be open Monday, Dec. 9, however employees have been granted unscheduled leave. Emergency service personnel should report as scheduled.

Fairfax County Circuit Court, District Court and Juvenile Relations are all closed Monday, Dec. 9. 

Fairfax County Park Authority events and classes area canceled, but the facilities will remain open. Get park authority updates here. 

Fairfax County Connector operations are operating as normal. Get connector updates here. 

FastTran will transport critical medical care appointments only.Call 703-222-9764, TTY 711 for the latest. 

District of Columbia Government will operate on a two-hour delay. 

Federal Agencies will operate on a two-hour delay with the option of unscheduled leave and telework. 


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With the potential for additional foul weather to add to Sunday’s snow and sleet, both Loudoun and Fairfax County Public Schools announced schools will be closed Monday, Dec. 9.

The Virginia Department of Transportation is also warning of potentially “treacherous” morning commute.

According to the National Weather Service, a Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 10 a.m. Monday, with a mixture of sleet and freezing rain expected. Accumulations of up to one additional inch of snow, followed by up to a half inch of ice are possible across parts of the Shenandoah Valley and points west. 

VDOT has more than 2,000 salt trucks and plows working across Northern Virginia. While roads conditions continue to improve, VDOT warns that ramps, bridges and underpasses will remain dangerous until after temperatures warm in the morning.

Get more information

  • Click here for details on northern Virginia’s snow removal program.
  • Twitter: Follow @vadotnova for northern Virginia news, and @511northernva for real-time traffic updates.
  • Use the 511 app or visit www.511virginia.org.
  • Report road problems to 1-800-FOR-ROAD (367-7623) or novainfo@vdot.virginia.gov.


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