Light Icing, Snow Falls South of D.C.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Storm Team4 meteorologist Tom Kierein has the forecast for March 7, 2014. (Published Friday, Mar 7, 2014)

    A wintry mix of light icing and snow may move into the southern suburbs of D.C. during the morning hours Friday.

    Only minor impacts are likely as this wintry mix moves through. Schools in Spotsylvania and Stafford counties operated on a 2-hour delay Friday because of the weather.

    Light rain is likely for the D.C. metro area beginning at noon and into the afternoon. The rain should end Friday night.

    We will get a small break from the winter weather over the weekend.

    Storm Team4 meteorologist Tom Kierein says it will feel spring-like this weekend and into the early part of next week.

    And going forward, what we lack in spring temperatures will be made up for in daylight.

    Daylight saving time begins Sunday, jumping our clocks to an hour forward. Sunrise Sunday will be at 7:29 a.m. You can bask in the daylight until sunset at 7:09 p.m.

     

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