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Snow Ends, Partial Clearing This Morning
Unseasonable cold to continue, freeze tonight

Jason Samenow @ 6:35 AM

** Freeze Warning in Effect Tonight **

After a brief burst of light to moderate snow overnight (with generally less than 1" of accumulation), the responsible weather system is rapidly pulling out. Nonetheless, unseasonably cold weather will remain for the rest of the weekend.


Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighVariably cloudy, blustery -- PM flurry? But for the Bay and Eastern Shore, the snow will have cutoff by the time most Washingtonians get up and head out this morning. Partial sunshine should emerge by late morning and will make quick work of the light, slushy accumulation (mainly on grassy areas). In the afternoon, a stray flurry isn't out of the question. It will be cold and breezy, with highs only the low 40s -- a good 20 degrees below average.

Overnight, it will be clear and very cold, with lows 22-29 (suburbs-city).

Pictured: Snow accumulates on a deck in Mt. Pleasant in Washington, DC. Over 0.5" fell in the city. By's Matt Ross around 4:45am this morning.

Easter Sunday

Forecast Confidence: HighMostly sunny, not as cold. Notice I said not as cold -- temperatures will remain well below average. After a subfreezing start to the day, the April sun will aid temperatures in climbing to near 50.

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