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Snow on Super Bowl Sunday. Here's the timeline

A snow threat is back on the table Sunday.

WASHINGTON — Snow on Super Bowl Sunday in the DMV, yep, it's here!

The last batch of snow is moving through the area.  Most areas will be done with snow no later than 3 p.m. 

This wasn't the "Super Bowl" of snow for the D.C. Metro area. Most areas saw 1 to 4 inches of snow. 

RELATED: Snowfall projections for winter storm expected on Super Bowl Sunday

This storm is a quick mover. We will clear out early Sunday afternoon with highs in the low 40s. Roads will just be drying out Sunday afternoon but any wet areas will freeze Sunday night. Lows Sunday night will fall into the upper teens in the suburbs and mid 20s within the heart of D.C. Temperatures will drop below freezing after 8 p.m. in the suburbs. Watch out for black ice.

RELATED: Showers end early Friday ahead of a nice afternoon

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Snow forecast map - third call

Here's the timeline:  

Sunday: Now -  3 p.m. --  Snow gradually transitions to rain in some some areas.  Snow gradually ends.  

Sunday 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. --  A dry afternoon and evening, with drying roads.

Sunday 6 p.m. - Midnight -- Prepare for re-freezing with temps below freezing by 8 p.m. in the suburbs and around midnight downtown.

WUSA 9 is the home of  Super Bowl LV.  You can track the snow with us Sunday morning then watch the game Sunday evening!