People headed home from school and work early across the D.C. area Monday afternoon as a wintry mix fell on the region. The combination of rain, snow and frigid road temperatures developed over the past two weeks could cause dangerous driving and walking conditions.
The bitter cold that has walloped the D.C. region in recent days has broken a few records and bottomed out at some wild temperatures.
After the D.C. region was slathered in ice and snow, authorities are now warning about bone-chilling wind chills that are set to plunge the area into a deep freeze Thursday night into Friday morning.
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