Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Winter Proves Itself in DC Area

The Washington area is thawing out from an ice storm last night! Icy conditions remain on some area roads, but most of the main roads are wet. Neighborhood roads are by far the most treacherous, and may not have been treated yet. Therefore, please continue to use caution when out and about today.

Temperatures remain at or below freezing in some areas north and west of the I-95 corridor. A few snow showers and rain showers are possible tonight with lows in the lower 30s or possibly upper 20s in a few spots. There could be a few delays tomorrow morning but more than likely the story will be on-time school arrivals.

The Capital Region Pulse has concluded live blogging for this event. We would like to thank all of our readers for checking in and using our website as your source.

To see photos of the storm please scroll down to the previous postings below!

Watch out for a possible snowy situation on Thursday night and Friday morning! We will have more on that as we draw closer to the event.

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