Mid-Atlantic Region Works to Return to Normal After Storm
A rural road in Ellendale, Del., is shown Jan. 23, 2016, in this photo taken by Ness Liz.
WASHINGTON (AP)- The mid-Atlantic region is working to return to normal after the weekend's winter storm.
Officials continue to ask people to stay off roads as the cleanup continues Monday. Maryland officials say many major highways have at least one lane clear.
Schools and government offices are closed in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia on Monday. Federal offices in the Washington region are also closed. Delaware State offices are opening at 10 a.m.
Reagan National Airport tweeted that it saw its first flights Monday. Dulles International Airport expects to resume flights Monday. Flights resumed at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport on Sunday.
Metrorail started limited service for free Monday morning after shutting down for the entire weekend. Amtrak is offering modified service between Boston and Washington, with reduced service into Virginia.