White House daily press briefing cancelled Monday due to snow

A massive storm that dumped nearly two feet of snow on Washington last weekend has prompted White House officials to cancel Monday's press briefing.

Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton announced the schedule change this morning over Twitter:

WH Press Office open for business but no briefing today.

This weekend's snowfall has similarly prompted Senate leaders to postpone votes until Tuesday. Federal employees are also off on Monday, the Office of Personnel Management announced this weekend.

However, the massive storm many are calling "snowpocalypse" may not be over. Weather reports indicate a second storm could dump another six inches on the already hamstrung city, meaning additional cancelations later in the week might follow.