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Posted at 11:00 PM ET, 03/02/2010

Sloppy snow and rain mostly not sticking

Only expecting slushy accumulation on grass, if that

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Light snow, mixed rain and snow (in the District and south and east), and drizzle continue falling in the metro region. With temperatures mainly in the mid-30s, very little snow is sticking, except in grassy/shaded areas in the far north and west suburbs (upper Montgomery county and Loudoun county). Places where it's raining should see a transition to mostly snow after midnight. However, precipitation will generally be spotty and light, and temperatures will only fall another degree or two. So any snow accumulations by morning will be slushy. In the normally warmer locations (downtown, near the Potomac River), you may awake to a wet dusting or even bare ground. In the colder spots north and west of the beltway, a slushy inch or so is possible.

Refer to Ian's forecast for detailed information for tomorrow and beyond...

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