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Light freezing rain to continue overnight
Expect a sloppy morning commute

Team Forecast @ 8:30 PM

*Winter Weather Advisory in effect until 4am MON*

Nowcast 8:30pm: Occasional light freezing rain and drizzle will continue overnight with temperatures hovering around freezing. Fortunately, there will not be a hard freeze and urban areas may even be a hair above freezing. Still, untreated surfaces will be very slick especially in the colder suburbs -- use caution.

By popular demand: SchoolCast


Generally, 3-6" of snow fell across the metro area before changing to freezing rain. Storm snow totals as of late this evening were 2.9" at National and 4.5" at the Sterling NWS office, but spotter reports ranged as high as 6" in Frederick MD, 5.5" in central and northern Montgomery Co., and 6" in Centreville. Willow Grove in Shenandoah Co. reported 10.5".

Post your snow totals on the snow map* (*updated URL -- if you tried earlier unsuccessfully, try again now). You can view submitted storm totals here. Post your storm photos in our Flickr gallery by tagging photos "CapitalWxFeb2507". These photos will be viewable here as they are posted.

Photo from Mt. Pleasant early this afternoon, by photographer Ian Livingston.

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