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D.C. region digs out after a night of snow and slush

Under a light dusting that can hardly compare to Wednesday's snowstorm, the region recovers, digging out cars and working to restore power to homes.

 
 

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Horses graze on a farm during a light snowfall in Wolfsville, Md. Friday's dusting reached just over an inch in some areas, nothing compared with Wednesday's thumping.


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