Light Snow Causes Slick Roads; NYE Will Be 'Bone-Chilling' Cold - NBC4 Washington

Light Snow Causes Slick Roads; NYE Will Be 'Bone-Chilling' Cold

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    Evening Weather, Dec. 30

    An arctic cold front will push through tonight. There is enough energy to see flurries and possibly a passing isolated snow shower. While major accumulation is not expected be cautious while driving as visibility may be slightly reduced. (Published Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017)

    A light snow dusted most of the D.C. area early Saturday, but Sunday will be all about the cold.

    Frederick County, Maryland, saw 2.1 inches; Reagan National Airport reported 0.2 inches; Prince William County had 0.5 inches and Damascus, Maryland, had 0.8 inches.

    U.S. Park Police responded to multiple accidents on the Baltimore-Washington and George Washington parkways on Saturday morning. Roads and sidewalks may still be slippery Saturday night because of the snow.

    Storm Team4 Meteorologist Somara Theodore said Sunday will be "bone-chilling" cold and the region will wake up to feels-like temperatures in the single digits.

    Early Morning Snow Coats DC

    [DC] Early Morning Snow Coats DC

    Runners and walkers alike say they actually enjoyed the light snow that fell over our region early Saturday morning. News4's David Culver reports.

    (Published Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017)

    Sunday will be partly sunny with highs in the 20s. Breezy and blustery conditions from the northwest are expected to push wind gusts to upwards of 20 mph, Theodore said.

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    Snow Covered Roads May Slip Up Drivers

    [DC] Snow Covered Roads May Slip Up Drivers

    State officials are warning travelers to be careful after a light snow. The conditions could create some problems. News4's Mark Segraves reports.

    (Published Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017)