What to expect: Wintry/Icy Mix

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EYEWITNESS WEATHER FORECAST (WBRE/WYOU-TV)

After having a light mix work its way out of our area this morning, the rest of today will be mostly cloudy and colder with temperatures trying to get back near 40 this afternoon.

Another storm system with slide north into our area overnight and bring us a more wide spread wintry and icy mix. Pockets of freezing rain and sleet will start to move in around 10:00-11:00 tonight and last into early tomorrow morning. The bulk of our messy mix should taper off by mid-morning.

With pavement temperatures expected to below near or below freezing by daybreak, we should expect impacts to our morning commute Thursday. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for our area through 10:00 AM tomorrow.

Warmer air will then work its way back in for the remainder of Thursday with temperatures back in the upper 40s. There will be a nice lull in most of the precipitation through the afternoon, but periods of off and on rain will move in late Thursday and overnight, some of which could come down heavy.

As the storm system moves out of our area Friday morning, colder air will wrap around the back side and try and give us one last changeover to snow for Friday afternoon. Temperatures on Friday will fight to get back near 40 and then we’ll lock back into the 30s for the weekend.

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