Freezing Rain Threat Quickly Lowering

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By Gil Simmons on December 7, 2012, 8:32am Last modified: December 7, 2012, 11:03am

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After a cold night last night and some rain in the forecast, there could be some spotty ice in a few places early this morning. Pavement temperatures are cold enough for any light rain drops or drizzle to freeze on contact during a limited time.

Temperatures are rising and this should not be a prolonged problem. Some areas are seeing temperatures rise 4 to 5 degrees per hour! 

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I expect areas near the Mass. line to see temperatures rise above freezing later than the rest of the state. So this area could have some icy spots a little bit longer. 

All areas of CT will go above freezing this afternoon and tonight for just wet roads.

Stay with wxedge.com for the latest! 

-Gil

 

***10:45 AM Update

Temperatures continue rising and icy roads are looking more and more less likely. It is already over 40 degrees at Tweed airport. Here is the temperature plot:

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