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Region rises above freezing for first time since Monday
Region rises above freezing for first time since Monday

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport hit 34 degrees by midday as temperatures across the region broke the freezing mark for the first time since Monday. Slight winds were coming from the southwest, helping to slightly warm things up. Some light snow showers moved over the region early Friday morning but did not cause any traffic headaches. Thursday was Baltimore's coldest day since last winter, with a low of 6 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport significantly lower than forecast and just 2 degrees from tying a record low for Jan. 8. Temperatures peaked at 20 degrees in the afternoon, coldest since Jan. 28 of last...

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