ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ)—Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says all state government offices will be closed on Monday.

Emergency essential personnel should report as scheduled.

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“I want to thank the citizens of Maryland for heeding our call to be patient and to be safe by staying off the roads. I must ask that Marylanders continue to be patient as the cleanup and recovery continues,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “Tomorrow morning conditions will be icy and dangerous. By closing state offices tomorrow, crews can carry on with their work to clear state roads.”

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The federal government in Washington, D.C. will close will be for the day as snow cleanup continues.

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