5 things you need to know Wednesday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Wednesday, January 29.

The snow will exit before dawn and we'll see plenty of sunshine for today. High temperatures will stay in the 20s to near 30ยบ, but with sunny skies, we should get some decent melting.

LIST: Closings and Delays

President Obama will visit Costco in Lanham, Maryland to deliver remarks on the economy. In his State of the Union Address, the president told Congress that he wants to work with them on plans to improve the nation's economy -- but he also vowed to take executive action if necessary.

FULL TEXT: State of the Union

Metro is asking for your feedback is an online budget survey that went live today. You can also participate in public hearings in D.C.,Maryland and Virginia. Metro's Board of Directors will host a series of six public hearings beginning Wednesday.

SURVEY: Metro wants your feedback

Interviews will continue in Loudoun Valley where there have been reports of teachers being bullied to give certain grades. Allegations against the principal and other administrators are under investigation.

VIDEO: Report out but kept secret

A wet winter storm covered much of the Deep South with snow and ice Tuesday, prompting airlines to cancel thousands of flights while snarling traffic, triggering accidents and sending temperatures down into the teens.

MORE: Snow, ice shock the Deep South


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