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Overnight Black Ice?

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Afternoon Forecast for November 20

Dropping temperatures and a bit of low level moisture means a few towns could see a bit of black ice developing later tonight. While it certainly doesn't look like a big deal some towns could get a big slick.

This sounding from the NAM shows a pocket of low level moisture with near 100% relative humidity. While it is below freezing the coldest the clouds get is only about -2 or -3C which means they'll be ice free. This can result in pockets of freezing drizzle. 

Nightly Weather Forecast for November 13Nightly Weather Forecast for November 13

(Published Monday, Nov. 13, 2017)

Beyond Tuesday the weather pattern remains active but not too active. A bit of rain on Thuesday and more rain on Saturday. There is a chance for something wintry around Thanksgiving with a brief -NAO (North Atlantic Osciallation). Not much else to say about it now other than that we're watching it!