WASHINGTON (AP) — Residents of the Washington metropolitan region are seeing freezing rain, but it should turn to drizzle in the evening hours. National Weather Service meteorologist Jason Elliott says sleet and snow changed to…
Heavy, wet snow slowed Monday morning\’s commute,
shut down schools not on spring break and left
thousands without electricity.
Temperatures continued to stay above freezing
Monday afternoon and highs are expected to reach
into the 40s, but the warmer weather won\’t be
The storm made driving during the morning dangerous, but the roads began to clear up by late in the morning, with just side streets to worry about. However, overnight temperatures could cause a refreeze in the morning.