WASHINGTON -- A winter weather advisory goes into effect at 6 a.m. Friday for the entire D.C. metro area, and a small amount of rain, sleet or snow could fall through the early morning.
ABC7's chief meteorologist Doug Hill says we won't get a lot of precipitation, but just enough to make the morning commute slippery.
"It could be a little sleet, a little snow, a little freezing rain or drizzle - you don't need much of it, and I don't think we're going to get much of it. But just a small amount of it falling on dry, cold pavement at the start of the rush hour, could cause some slippery spots."
The advisory lasts until 2 p.m.
Read the full forecast here.
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