Still tracking rain & a wintry mix at night on Super Bowl Sunday. Plan for a slippery Sunday night. The best chance for snow Sunday night will be north of the MD/PA border & west of Hagerstown.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Clouds will increase on Sunday as our next storm system arrives. We could see some flurries or a snow shower in the afternoon before sunset, but for the most part, the precipitation will hold off until after dark. Luckily, temperatures will quickly rise in the Beltway and surrounding counties as this storm arrives, so we're looking at a mainly rain event. The rain/snow line is trending along the Mason/Dixon line, so a few inches of snow are likely in places like Hagerstown and Cumberland. Further to the south, a wintry mix of sleet and snow is likely before a complete changeover to rain. This changeover will happen before sunrise on Monday, so it's a mostly wet AM commute, not icy, in the Beltway. The storm will finish as snow showers, and it turns windy in the afternoon.

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Please check out our Severe Weather Guide.

SUNDAY:
Mostly Cloudy & Cold,
PM Snow Showers N & W

HIGH TEMPS: 35 - 40
WINDS: SW to SE - 10

SUNDAY NIGHT:
Wintry Mix of Sleet & Rain in the Beltway;
Sleet & Snow Mix N & W

LOW TEMPS: 30s
WINDS: SE 10 - 15

MONDAY:
AM Rain, PM Snow Showers
Windy & Falling Temps PM

HIGH TEMPS: Upper 30s
WINDS: NW 15 - 25

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