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Black ice expected overnight; Sunday brings seasonable conditions

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Although the snow has stopped, temperatures have struggled to get into the 30s in most spots. This means that we didn't see much melting of the snowfall through Sunday afternoon.

Overnight, as temperatures fall into the teens and 20s, there will be multiple icy surfaces. Roads that experienced any melting of snowfall through Saturday, will refreeze tonight. This will lead to patchy black ice in multiple locations, and will create hazardous driving conditions overnight and through at least Sunday morning. Take it easy on the roads, especially in any travels tonight and through Sunday morning.

High pressure will begin to takeover for your Sunday, allowing for mostly sunny skies, and seasonable conditions. Winds Sunday will transition to more of a southwesterly flow, allowing for warmer air to build in. Temperatures Sunday will be much warmer, right around the low/mid 50s.

We will stay relatively mild to start the month of March. With temperatures mainly in the 50s throughout early and mid week. Unfortunately, with the milder air will come rainfall, as we will be very soggy throughout the first week of March.

Rain will begin on Monday and continue on and off through possibly Thursday. This may cause a concern for flooding through this week, we will continue to monitor throughout the week.

-Happy Leap Day, Meteorologist Brandon Lawson

Brandon Lawson

Weekend Meteorologist

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