I worked. It took me two hours to get home because of a snowstorm. I live a bit less than four miles from B. and R.'s place, depending on the route. I took relatively main roads, which were jam-packed and had various disabled vehicles or vehicles that just couldn't get traction blocking a lane or so. I saw clips on the news later that showed that the road I usually take was completely jammed up as well at the time, so I don't think any way would have been a good way.
I later texted with L.B. and a bit with J. J. said that the roads in Baltimore had had snow in the morning and ice later on, and his commute both ways was slow. The main route he uses to get to work, he said, would be under construction starting tomorrow and continuing "forever." That may have been a bit of an exaggeration on J.'s part, but I've seen various roads in and around Baltimore be under construction for a long, long time. L.B. said she lives four minutes from the place she's taking LPN classes and they let the classes out early. When she has lab days, as she did Wednesday, they're a bit west of where I get on the road I usually take home. I said it was lucky she hadn't had a lab day today. "Amen!" she replied.