Temperatures should make it into the 20s tonight.
The first of several systems will be mainly rain. Then things could get a little more interesting.
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In most locations, it amounted to just a coating or so and mainly stuck to grassy surfaces and car tops.
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Wet roads were the main impact from the overnight snow showers. Now on to a sunny but cold day.
Much of the region may just see brief periods of either non-accumulating snow or snow that just coats grassy areas.
A cold front is sending temperatures downward. Slick spots may develop after midnight and toward sunrise.
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Some of our colder areas north and west of Washington could see just enough snow for a few delays early Wednesday morning.
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The day will start mild and showery, and will end colder and blustery as a strong front moves through.
It'll still be plenty damp, and it may hit 60 tomorrow.
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Best chance for some slushy accumulation north and west of the District. It could affect the commute.
Subzero cold is hitting the Upper Midwest while the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast await a 25-degree drop in temperatures Wednesday with rain changing to snow.
A slushy accumulation not impossible early Wednesday, especially west of the city.
It's a wet Monday, but mild, with temperatures in the mid- to upper 50s.
The best chance of snow will be north and west of Washington. Whatever falls will have a hard time sticking.