Severe Weather Alerts


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Overnight tonight slick roads may remain an issue, especially in residential areas after highs reached the low 30s behind the morning snow. Refreeze could be an issue, especially on driveways and sidewalks, so use caution into Sunday.

Slow melting should occur again tomorrow with highs in the upper 20s to low 30s.

Another system will move into the state on Monday morning bringing a chance of of a wintry mix in the morning switching to all snow during the morning commute. Another 1 to 3" of accumulation is possible, with the Eastern half of the state picking up the heaviest totals. Once that system moves out, we start to warm the air with highs in the 40s and even a couple of days in the 50s for next week.


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