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Ice, colder temps bring chance for slippery commute

Expect patches of snowfall to continue across the D.C. area but heavier snow is expected this evening. As temperatures drop, icy patches could form on roads, bridges and ramps making for a slippery p.m. commute. Get the latest weather, traffic and closings information in WTOP's live blog.

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