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Even without much precipitation, it can turn slick out there.
Some scientists called Gertrude’s introduction a slick publicity stunt, full of unachievable promises.
Her hair has been in the same slicked-down style for about a month.
Express forecastForecast in detailLight wintry precipitation, ending this morning, may leave a few slick spots north and west of town, but we turn toward sunshine and relative warmth during the afternoon.
Keep an eye out for a couple of slick patches as it gets cold again tonight.
Watch for slick spots, especially on typically slippery surfaces.
UPDATES: SNOW SHOWERS FOCUS INSIDE THE BELTWAYMATT ROGERS, JASON SAMENOWFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Steve thinks those “shot guns” were pretty slick, though not all his memories of them are rosy ones.
Untreated roads and walkways will be quite slick into Monday morning.
Storm impactsConsidering the combination of snow and freezing temperatures on Sunday, we expect untreated roads to quickly become snow-covered and slick.
Given temperatures in the 20s, some slick spots are possible.

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