The D.C. area has seen little snow so far this winter. Temperatures should remain in the mid-30s, but not cold enough for snow to accumulate on paved surfaces. Temperatures in northern Maryland and parts of the mid-Atlantic could dip as low as 34 degrees below freezing. That could lead to some light snowfall, mainly on grass and perhaps on sidewalks and driveways. After this weekend, snow prospects seem slim to none through at least most of next week.
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