Freezing fog, flurries will soon give way to 60-degree temperatures

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Low temperatures will fall well below freezing overnight. Freezing fog and freezing drizzle may cause icy spots on roads overnight before changing to flurries Tuesday morning and a possible rain/ snow mix in the afternoon. Later in the week a warm front will move north of the state and strong southwesterly winds will push high temperatures into the 60s.

DMA Tonight Low Temperature

Low temperatures will fall into the 20s overnight.

Bottom Line1

A light mix of precipitation will fall across the state on Tuesday.

Latest Snow Accum

No major accumulation is likely over the next 36 hours.


We've only had half of our average snowfall this winter.

Regional Front Map1

Warmer air moves in later this week. Highs will be in the 60s with gusty winds on Friday.

Regional Front Map2

Expect a mild dry Saturday.

Regional Front Map3

A chance for rain returns on Sunday.

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