WASHINGTON - Not even President Obama was immune to the messy commute that hit D.C. roadways after Wednesday night’s snow.
The president's motorcade left Joint Base Andrews Wednesday night and got stuck in traffic.
They finally made it to the White House more than an hour later.
The trip usually takes about 25 minutes.
Wednesday’s snowfall -- which officially was recorded at under an inch at area airports -- left some drivers around the D.C. area stuck in traffic for hours. Some commuters were still on the road Thursday morning -- not even making it home from Wednesday night's commute.