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Photo Essay: Frost and winds but no snow in Northern Virginia Special

By Leigh Goessl     Dec 21, 2012 in Environment
Fairfax - Temperatures are dropping in Virginia, but there is no snow in the Northern section of the state and none is expected until after Christmas.
As the first day of winter arrived, temperatures in Northern Virginia have been on the decline and are now more seasonal than they have been the last few weeks where some days were quite warm.
Northern Virginia temperatures are expected to continue to dip, and a high wind advisory is on for Saturday, but it appears the snow heavily impacting the Mid-West and the inner Mid-Atlantic will bypass the Washington region.
Although, local weather reports indicate a "Light Wintry Mix" may arrive to Northern Virginia and rain to the nation's capitol on Wednesday.
The high winds blowing through many states have resulted in many flight delays interrupting holiday travel.
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