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Posted at 06:05 PM ET, 12/06/2008

Snow Dusting D.C. Area

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The potential dusting we've been talking about for several days has materialized thanks to an area of light snow presently gliding through the metro area. Temperatures are generally around freezing, so be careful on less traveled roads, bridges and overpasses where some slick spots are possible. Here's an excerpt from a recent Special Weather Statement from the National Weather Service:

SNOW SHOWERS HAVE DEVELOPED FROM BALTIMORE TO WASHINGTON DC TO FREDERICKSBURG...AND WEST TOWARDS THE BLUE RIDGE. A DUSTING TO A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF SNOW ACCUMULATION IS POSSIBLE...ESPECIALLY FURTHER NORTH ACROSS THE INTERSTATE 70 CORRIDOR OF NORTH CENTRAL MARYLAND.

The snow should gradually taper off from southwest to northeast over the next several hours. Is it snowing where you live? Comment with your reports and submit pictures to our weather gallery...

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