Black ice is everywhere. Please be careful. Temperature are back in the 20s feeling like the teens. This afternoon will be dry and cold. Overnight lows will dip into the mid 20s again Wednesday morning, with upper 20s Thursday morning, leading to widespread black ice in areas were snow has melted and not been treated with brine.
The high will slide east last this week as another storm system approaches the area on Friday. Rain will become likely Friday evening, with periods of moderate to heavy rainfall overnight into early Saturday. More than 1″ of rain is possible, which would put 2018 into the 2nd spot for wettest years on record.
A strong “clipper” system will move southeast from central Canada early next week, with the potential for some light snow on Monday.
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