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Freezing rain Sunday, warming up this week.

TONIGHT: Clouds will be on the increase overnight tonight, with temperatures rising into the mid-20s by 4am. We’ll have winds out of the southeast at 10-15mph, gusting to near 25 as we near sunrise tomorrow.

SUNDAY: We’re continuing to watch a system that will affect the area by Sunday morning. Freezing rain looks to develop by 7am across the southwestern portions of the viewing area, overspreading past HWY 63 by 9am. There is a Winter Weather advisory in effect starting at 9am tomorrow, lasting until midnight tomorrow night. During this time, travel is not advised because of these potentially hazardous conditions. While treated roads may not have many issues, untreated roads, less-travelled roads and side roads will likely be very slick which will create many travel troubles. Accumulations should remain minor, from a glazing to nearing 0.1″ by late in the afternoon. However, once we do get into the afternoon hours, we should have air temperatures above freezing which should slow ice accretions, although side roads may still have issues because of the length of our last cold spell yielding sub-freezing ground temperatures.

EXTENDED: After we get through Sunday, things begin to finally look up. Temperatures will be above 40 on Monday and Tuesday with a shot at temperatures in the 50s and maybe even near 60, especially for our southern counties, on Wednesday. That’s ahead of another cold front that has the potential to bring rain by Wednesday night. Watch ABC17 news for the newest forecast and check back here for updates.

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