Friday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Center in winter/Credit: vballslife via Flickr

Toughen up, Fairfax — The Capital Weather Gang points out that Fairfax County Public Schools needs a new plan. Three snow days for a few inches of snow shouldn’t cripple the school system. [Capital Weather Gang]

Think Summer — On Saturday, Reston Community Center Hunters Woods will host a camp fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Put down the snow shovel and see what’s happening around Reston for kids in summer 2014. [Reston Now]

New Job For Ray LaHood — Former U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, who was instrumental in uniting stakeholders in an impasse over Metro’s Silver Line Phase 2 in the summer of 2012, has a new post at a major D.C. law firm. [Washington Post]

How Cold Was It? — It was -2 at Dulles early Thursday, the coldest day in 18 years. Who is ready for spring? [Washington Post]

Photo courtesy Vballslife via Flickr

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