Plan for slower than usual travel times this morning due to fog and wet roads. Ponding of water on many of our roads could lead to hydroplaning, so don’t be in a hurry this morning.
Some of our higher elevations that have seen some pockets of freezing rain overnight and this morning may be dealing with some slick spots on roads, mainly north of I-64.
Any precipitation will come to an end later this morning with drier and milder weather moving in for the afternoon. Morning clouds will give way to mostly sunny skies by late this afternoon. Highs will climb into the 50s.
We stay dry this afternoon though Wednesday afternoon before rain returns late Wednesday. The rain will mix with or change to snow late Wednesday night into early Thursday. In terms of snow accumulation, best chances for more than an inch will be in our westernmost counties.
Snow and rain chances are expected to taper off Thursday afternoon.
Stay safe and healthy.
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