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Morning drizzle and fog brings the opportunity for slick roads


WEDNESDAY: Freezing drizzle and patchy fog are possible for the morning commute as temperatures straddle the freezing line. This could create some slick spots for the morning commute. Use caution. Temperatures slowly rise above freezing which will help improve roads by noon. High temperatures are expected to top out in the mid to upper 30s Wednesday under mostly cloudy skies and westerly winds up to 12 mph, gusting to 20 mph at times.

TONIGHT: Under mostly cloudy conditions temperatures will be dropping back into the mid 20s overnight. Winds transition out of the southwest through the night bringing wind chills in the teens.

EXTENDED: Beyond today we’re tracking a nice day Thursday and Friday with partly sunny skies Thursday and high temperatures reaching the mid to upper 40s, giving us a break from winter weather. Another storm system moves in Friday night bringing rain showers late Friday night and rain Saturday as temperatures reach the lower 50s. As the rain makes its exit we could see a brief changeover to light snow showers Saturday night. Sunday looks breezy and cooler, reaching close to 40 for highs. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest forecast and check back here for updates.

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