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Snow Moving Out / Freezing Drizzle Moving In

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Most areas will receive around 1" of snow tonight.  The bulk of snow will move out by midnight followed by some freezing drizzle and freezing fog.  Temperatures will be rising into the upper 20s and lower 30s by morning.  Salt will be much more effective now that temperatures have risen out of the deep freeze, but it will take some time to remove the residual snow and ice on the roads.  Please allow some extra time for travel on Friday.

The freezing drizzle and fog will move out by noon on Friday.  The weather looks dry through the afternoon with rain developing in the evening as temperatures rise into the upper 30s.  Rain continues overnight into early Saturday and ends by lunch time.

There is a chance of flooding this weekend, but it should remain minor.  Our thaw will be gradual and we're only expecting between 0.25"-0.50" of rain Friday night/Saturday morning.

As always, stay with 13abc and 13abc.com for the latest weather information.

-Chief Meteorologist Jay Berschback

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