Slick spots possible early Thanksgiving morning as temps dip below freezing north & west. Be careful walking to get the paper. It stays cold and a bit breezy on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9)-- The Nor'Easter has moved past the Metro Area as it continues to hammer the Northeast. We are concerned for black ice overnight and early Thanksgiving morning as temperatures fall below freezing north and west of Town. Black ice appears wet but is actually frozen. Yes, bridges and overpasses will freeze first. Low temperatures will remain above freezing in the District.

While most spots in the Beltway only saw a coating, accumulations were much higher in the mountains to our north and west. We've had several reports of 10"+ at higher elevations in West Virginia, and 2" or more in most of the suburbs north and west of the Beltway.

Our biggest concern remains the possibility of slick spots Wednesday night. Keep checking back on the air and online for more forecast updates. Remember to download our new news app. Search for WUSA-9 news. It's free and has news, weather and traffic.

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Severe Weather Guide

OVERNIGHT:
Partial Clearing & Cold,
Some Slick Spots on roads & overpasses

LOW TEMPS: 28 - 34
WINDS: NW - 10

THANKSGIVING DAY:
Partly Sunny, Breezy & Cold,
A Passing Flurry

HIGH TEMPS: Low 40s
WINDS: NW 10 - 15

FRIDAY:
Mostly Sunny
& Still Cold

HIGH TEMPS: Low 40s
WINDS: NW/SW 10 - 15

SATURDAY:
Partly Cloudy
& Milder

HIGH TEMPS: Around 50

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