Fox 43 meteorologist MaryEllen Pann says Tuesday's commute will start with some clouds but will be sunny and mild by the drive home.
Though the Maryland Transit Administration said buses and trains were running on schedule, officials said that the MARC train will make minor adjustments due to the federal government shutdown.
MTA said that a special midday Brunswick Line train will operate out of Union Station at 2 p.m., making all stops to Martinsburg. As a result P875 (4:25 p.m. departure) will be canceled, MTA said.
A special Camden Line train will operate out of Union Station at 2:15 p.m., making all stops to Camden. As a result, train P850 (5:22 p.m. departure) will be canceled. MTA said that train P852 (5:53 p.m. departure will make flag stops in Riverdale, College Park, Greenbelt, Jessup and St. Denis to cover the stops of P850, MTA said.
MTA said that one-way tickets are non refundable.
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