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A large migration to the nation's capital will peak this weekend as the final preparations for the 57th Presidential Inauguration are rushed to completion.
Winter has not been kind to many presidents and the inaugural committees in charge of coordinating the day's events. We have a list of the worst Inaugural Day weather.
Expect more drivers to hit the region's roads this weekends as the warm air moves in. However little construction work is expected and will help keep lanes open but a parade rehearsal Downtown will cause headaches for drivers.
Washington's snow drought continues to have many area residents wondering whether this season will be as snowless as last winter.
Getting around Washington on the weekends typically becomes a little easier during the cold winter months. With lower temperatures comes lower highway volumes. Further, there are fewer outdoor events to draw large crowds and road work slows.
If you think last year's temperatures in Washington were reminiscent of a southern climate, you are correct.
Warm temperatures may lure more people into Downtown over the weekend, many who might opt to take Metro. But better to stick with the roads rather than the rails as Metro moves forward with its scheduled track work.
All eyes will be on the Beltway this weekend, as the 495 Express Lanes make their debut between Braddock Road and the Dulles Toll Road in advance of the Monday morning rush hour.
Find out where Maryland and Virginia rank on State Farm's deer crash list.