Slick Roads Tonight Into Friday

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 1/02 7:10 pm
Slick Roads And Surfaces Will Make For Dangerous Driving Tonight

Another band of snow showers is likely to move through the region tonight, with temperatures quickly falling through the overnight hours into the single digits.  Winds will also gust up to 35 mph, with wind chills in the single digits and sub-zero digits.  Use extreme caution if you have to drive tonight.  Temperatures have already dropped into the 20s for all locations, and will continue to fall into the teens through the evening hours.  Any leftover precipitation on roads, sidewalks, and surfaces will freeze, causing icy conditions.  Snow will taper off around midnight, with clearing skies by daybreak Friday, with a morning low of 9 degrees.  Friday will feature mostly sunny skies and lighter winds, yet afternoon high temperatures will only reach 21 degrees!
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