Despite some early morning setbacks, traffic around Tysons seems back to normal.
While there are road closures in other parts of the county, Fairfax County Police have reported no closures in the McLean Police District. As of 10 a.m. most roads through Tysons seem to be running smoothly — all things considered.
Police have warned that crashes are on the rise throughout Fairfax. Crashes have been reported near Merrifield, causing some congestion in the westbound lanes. A crash was also reported on Dulles Toll Road around 10:10 a.m., closing the north right lane and causing some congestion.
Earlier this morning, Twitter users reported express lanes near Tysons were closed and traffic was bumper to bumper.
@WTOPtraffic N Express Lanes exit to Baltimore/Tysons Corner closed! North bound Express Lane are bumper to bumper! pic.twitter.com/ViJMDU39Q5
— Nancy Parada (@louizze) November 15, 2018
Others warned that snow was sticking to the Beltway. Snow plows have since been spotted on traffic cameras working their way through Tysons streets.
Snow is sticking on the beltway and express lanes near Tysons Corner and no plows in sight. Awesome. @capitalweather @WTOP pic.twitter.com/75pozqPrX2
— Jess Jensen (@JessJensen1) November 15, 2018
Photo via Fairfax Police Department
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