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We heard it everywhere across the country that many people took to the open roads thinking that they could speed, and speed significantly.
However, temperatures should fall below freezing not long after dark, creating some slick spots on untreated roads and walkways.
Temperatures are 31 to 33 degrees north of the Beltway, where you may encounter slick spots, especially on untreated roads.
Driving along the C&O Canal Scenic Byway makes for a great road trip.
At that point, temperatures may fall closer to freezing and snow accumulation may pick up, even on roads.
SNOW AND WINTRY MIX CONTINUE OVERNIGHT, ESPECIALLY NORTH OF DISTRICTJASON SAMENOW, WES JUNKER, ANDREW FREEDMANFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We will have an appropriate parade later down the road when we’re out from under this pandemic.
Texas needs to get well, and with Kansas State on the road and Texas Christian at home this week, it has a chance.
The Wizards split their road trip from Miami through Charlotte and to Chicago 2-2, and the highs were as soaring as the lows bleak.
Prime spots for songbirds include the carriage roads, Sieur de Monts Spring, and Jordan Pond.
For Apple execs, all roads lead back to SKADNetwork when it comes to advertising and that’s the reality dawning on the advertising world as Apple’s long-awaited crackdown on app tracking looms.

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