WASHINGTON - After a snowy Sunday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be mostly cloudy with highs in the upper-30s west to lower-40s in the District.
That will foster some melting. Monday night will yield temperatures in the 20s, which will cause any of what has melted to refreeze.
Roadways will be slick and hazardous Tuesday morning.
FOX 5's Matthew Cappucci says we're also tracking an additional system towards the midweek.
Road crews will be out Monday morning across the region working on icy spots. Traffic officials urge drivers to reduce speeds during their commutes.
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