Let there be no doubt: Federal agencies in the Washington area will open as normal on Wednesday for the first time since Feb. 4, the Office of Personnel Management said Tuesday.
“The game plan being discussed is normal operations. No call planned,” OPM Director John Berry said in an e-mail. The “call” refers to his nightly call with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, which advises him on when to close federal agencies or offer unscheduled leave.
The Federal Eye’s blogging brothers at the Capital Weather Gang forecast a 30 percent chance of scattered snow showers on Wednesday — a weather event that pales in comparison to last week’s storms.