Metro says it's canceling all late-night bus service ahead of the winter storm.
Storm Team4 says the widespread storm will start Wednesday night -- with the first flakes falling in D.C. between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. -- and will intensify into Thursday morning. Snow will continue to fall until mid- to late afternoon Thursday.
The D.C. area is likely to see 5-8 inches of wet, heavy snow.
Late-night bus service will be cancelled after 1 a.m. Wednesday, WMATA announced Wednesday afternoon.
Trips that connect with the last trains of the night are expected go on as scheduled, and passengers still on trains at 1 a.m. will be taken to their destinations.
MetroAccess service for riders with disabilities will be suspended Thursday.
Changes to Metrobus and Metrorail service Thursday will be made based on weather conditions at that time.