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REPORTS: Slick travel, delays to continue through Saturday evening across Northeast

A winter storm is wreaking havoc on travel across the Northeast and will continue to do so through Saturday evening.

A messy mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain continues to spread across several states in the Northeast. For some, this is the first accumulating snow or sleet of the season.

During much of Saturday, motorists will face slow and slippery travel from the northern mid-Atlantic states through New England. Road conditions will range from snow covered to slushy or wet.

As of 9:45 a.m. EST on Saturday, Dec. 17, one runway at Washington Dulles Airport has been reopened after airfield crews treated the runway and melted the ice.

As of 8:30 a.m. EST on Saturday, Dec. 17, travel delays and cancellations are stalling travelers at airports across the northeast.

Boston Logan International Airport has a status of high delays with an excessive amount of delays.

All runways at Washington Dulles Airport have been closed due to icy conditions. The accumulation of freezing rain has closed all the runways and has made major surrounding roadways treacherous for traffic.

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Snow quickly accumulated at Boston Logan International Airport Saturday morning. (Instagram/almojabana8)