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Slick Start Possible

CREATED Jan. 26, 2012
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A quick moving upper level disturbance skirts us to the North to start our Thursday.  There's also a bigger storm system to our South.  With us sandwiched in between, look for a lot of low level moisture producing areas of fog and drizzle, especially ealry in the day.  Since temperatures will be at or a bit below freezing that could lead to some slick spots as the water droplets ice over untreated surfaces.  Southwest breezes ahead of this disturbance will help boost our temperatures above average reaching the mid 30's.  Another quickly approaching system could mean some light snow toward tomorrow night into early Saturday morning.
Have a great Thursday!

Scott Steele

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