Winter Weather Advisory tomorrow: Slippery roads and snow expected

An overnight winter storm left the Miami Valley coated with ice Tuesday Feb. 1, 2011. Driving was tricky in spots and drivers spent time chipping the ice from windshields. More freezing rain may fall during the evening, turning to light rain and then possibly snow on Wednesday.
An overnight winter storm left the Miami Valley coated with ice Tuesday Feb. 1, 2011. Driving was tricky in spots and drivers spent time chipping the ice from windshields. More freezing rain may fall during the evening, turning to light rain and then possibly snow on Wednesday.

There is a Winter Weather Advisory in place beginning tomorrow at 7 a.m. that will continue until 1 p.m. The National Weather Service in Wilmington reported that mixed snow and rain could lead to slippery roads and hazardous driving conditions for the morning commute.

Tonight, the area may see light wind and cloudy skies. Temperatures will range from 35 degrees to as low as 30 degrees tonight.

Rain and freezing rain is expected tomorrow, particularly before 10 a.m. The day may be windy and temperatures will be slightly warmer, ranging from 39 degrees to 35 degrees. Most of the rain is expected to end before 1 a.m. tomorrow night.

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with slightly variable temperatures. Highs could reach up to 42 degrees and lows could drop as low as 28, the NWS said.

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