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Georgetown residents woke to a thin layer of snow that fell in the Washington, DC area overnight. Patch searched twitter to find photos from Georgetown residents, but we want to see your photos too! Upload your photos from the your snowy morning and they will be featured in this photo gallery. Just click "Upload Photos & Videos" and add a caption.
An inch or two may accumulate before snow turns to rain Saturday.
DC will see snow for the second time in less than a week Saturday morning as a storm system moves through the area. An inch or two of snow may accumulate Saturday, particularly north and west of DC. On Friday night, temperatures will drop to near freezing with precipitation starting after midnight to the north and west, but beginning closer to dawn in Georgetown and south and east of DC. The District Department of Transportation twitter account tweeted Friday morning that the agency would team with the DC Department of Public Works Saturday morning "to treat DC streets as necessary." Temperatures Saturday will struggle to reach 40 degrees as snow turns to a wintry mix during the day. In DC, the snow may turn to rain. The storm system is …