There will be some isolated patches of ice & slick spots this AM, especially for areas S&E that had the most amount of snow. A few flurries will pass by today with a mix of sun & clouds.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) --- We will finish the week and the month on a cold note. That would be fitting for this February. There will be a few slick spots this morning, especially where the snowfall was the greatest yesterday (S&E).

Some snow showers or flurries are also possible this morning, along with a few lingering flurries for the afternoon for areas off to the west. Afternoon highs remain well below average today and Saturday even though there will be a good bit of sunshine both days. A light mix could develop Sunday afternoon or evening as moisture moves in before all of the cold air moves out.

Keep your umbrella handy next week. Next week looks unsettled with multiple rain chances.

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FRIDAY:
Partly Sunny, Breezy & Cold
Flurries, early Snow Shower Possible

HIGH TEMPS: 29-36
WINDS: N - 10

FRIDAY NIGHT:
Mainly clear
Quite cold

LOW TEMPS: 7-17
WINDS: N 5-10

SATURDAY:
Partly Cloudy &
Still Cold

HIGH TEMPS: 28-33
WINDS: NE - 5

SUNDAY:
Cloudy with PM Rain/Snow

HIGH TEMPS: 35-40
WINDS: S 5-10

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