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With excellent traction, these boots will hold up easily in slushy weather.
Overnight, temperatures fall to near 20, meaning any wet and slushy areas will refreeze.
Reports indicate main roads are fine due to temperatures near or even a little above freezing, but side roads are slushy and visibility is reduced.
UPDATES: SNOW SHOWERS FOCUS INSIDE THE BELTWAYMATT ROGERS, JASON SAMENOWFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Irrespective of how much additional frozen precipitation we see later tonight, temperatures will drop sharply, and wet and slushy conditions on area roads may turn icy.
They’re not all style and no substance, though—the water-resistant upper, made from repurposed plastic, and the 45 percent recycled lugged rubber sole will keep them in rotation even when the snow turns slushy.
But the sun was getting warmer and the icy street would soon be slushy and the skates would cut through.
The plateau, however, lay on the northern side of a great peak, and was covered with slushy snow.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
To sweep a slushy crossing for eight hours, on a day when the east wind is blowing is a disgusting occupation.
THE SOUL OF MANOSCAR WILDE
It was already slushy about the doors, semi-transparent under eaves and branches.
Many of the hollows contained water from thawed snow, and in others there was a treacherous crust which hid a slushy pool.

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