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Snow, freezing temps stick around D.C. area

Thursday - 1/24/2013, 5:09am  ET

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The sun tries to peek through the flurries in Waldorf, Md., Thursday morning. More snow is expected in the region Friday afternoon and evening. (WTOP/Darci Marchese)
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D.C. shivers its way through cold snap

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Getting to main roads safely may be tricky

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WASHINGTON - Snow started falling just after 2 p.m. on Friday in the District, coating the city in a light dusting.

Even though no more snow is expected to fall, the temperatures will remain below freezing until Sunday, creating slippery and icy road conditions for local commuters.

ABC7 meteorologist Matt Alto reports that some areas surrounding the Beltway saw upwards of 2 inches in Friday's afternoon snow.

For information on Saturday closings and delays, visit WTOP's Closings and Delays page.

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