Dulles received more than a foot of snow overnight. Reagan received nearly 7 inches.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Runways were closed at Reagan National and Dulles International airports on Thursday due to the snow. We're told that one runway at Dulles, 1R/19L, has reopened for arrivals and departures.
Airports remain open though most flights are cancelled, according to Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority officials.
Reagan National Airport officials say the airport received nearly 7 inches of new, wet snow overnight. More snow is expected Thursday night and snow crews will be there to clean roadways.
Dulles received more than a foot of snow overnight. It also has a team doing some snow removal.
Be sure to check your flight status at Dulles International Airport or Reagan National Airport before heading out. You can visit www.mwaa.com/snow for updates.
BWI Marshall runways are open/ Many flights cancelled due to weather.