Wintry Mix Ends, But Slippery Roads Remain

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 1/25/2013 11:44 pm
Update: Temperatures are still near 20° in most locations as we head towards midnight Friday. While many major roads are just wet, others remain frozen or are have refrozen. Be extra careful on side roads and untreated sidewalks. Temperatures will be well below freezing the rest of the evening so slick spots are possible through Saturday morning. I'll see you on ABC 36 News at 6:30 and 11 on Saturday night!
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We are not expecting any more snow, sleet, or freezing rain this evening. Untreated roads and sidewalks will remain very slippery overnight into Saturday morning as temperatures drop to near 19°. Skies will begin to clear late Friday into Saturday morning.

Most of the clouds will have moved on by Saturday morning and we will see a mostly sunny day with afternoon highs in the low 30s. Some sidewalks and roads will remain icy through the afternoon if in the shade.

We will start Sunday near 20° and warm to about 40° during the afternoon with partly sunny skies. Have a great weekend!
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