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Black Ice Possible Tonight



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    Rain and snow showers that moved through the state Tuesday could lead to patches of black ice overnight as the temperature drops.

    Cold will linger through the morning commute, when we'll see temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees statewide. Puddles on the roads could potentially become black ice.

    There will be a bit of warming during the day, with mixed clouds and sun and temperatures in the 40s.

    Temperatures will average in the 50s on Thursday. It could get as warm as the mid-60s on Friday as we head into Easter weekend, depending on whether the storm system stays on course or sweeps further south.

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