Tonight the big concern is black ice. We will only have a two hour window, once the rain stops, for the roads to dry before temperatures drop below freezing. Temperatures will drop into the middle 20s by 2am in most areas. Morning lows will be between 17-22 degrees. Prepare for possible delays to your morning commute. Elevated roadways along with exit and entrance ramps will become hazardous. You should proceed with caution.
Road information along with closings and delays are available on the WAFF News app. You can also find the latest information on the morning conditions beginning at 4:30am on WAFF 48 News today.
Highs tomorrow will only be in the lower 30s. Some sunshine will help thaw the roads late in the morning.
Another blast of Arctic air will arrive into the day on Wednesday. It is possible we could see a quick dusting of snow with this front early Wednesday. By Thursday morning temperatures will fall all the way into the single digits. Afternoon highs on Thursday will be around 25 degrees.
On Friday we are watching another system that could give us a brief round of freezing rain before changing over to rain. Slightly warmer weather for the weekend with more rain in the forecast.
Have a safe night.
WAFF 48 Storm Team
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