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Pockets of Freezing Rain May Lead to Slick Spots

Pockets of freezing rain will remain possible into early afternoon for parts of the area. Areas most prone to slick surfaces include the Adirondacks, Mohawk Valley, Catskills, Berkshires and southern Vermont. Any glazing will be light but only a small amount of ice on an untreated surface can make it slippery. As temperatures warm above freezing through the afternoon, all precipitation will change over to just plain rain.

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Meteorologist: Steve LaPointe
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Last Updated: Tuesday, December 01, 2015 3:55:01 PM
Weather Advisories:  NONE.
This Evening:  Cloudy and damp.
Off and on light rain or drizzle.
Areas of fog.
Wind: Light and variable
Sunset: 4:22 PM
Temps: Little change, generally upper 30s
Tonight:  Off and on rain or drizzle.
Areas of fog.
Wind: Light and variable
Sunrise:  7:07 AM
Low: Mid to upper 30s
Tomorrow:  Periods of rain or drizzle.
Areas of fog.
Wind: Light and variable
Sunset: 4:22 PM
High: Mid 40s
Tomorrow Night:  Periods of rain.
Areas of fog.
Rain tapering down to showers toward morning and either mixing with or changing to snow showers in higher elevation locations by daybreak.
Wind: WNW 5-15 mph
Low: Mid 30s
Thursday:  Scattered mixed rain and elevation snow showers through the early to mid morning, otherwise drying out with sunny breaks developing.
Scattered snow showers remaining possible in the Adirondacks and Vt into the afternoon.
Wind: Westerly 10-20 mph, gusts from 25-30 mph
High: 40-45
Friday:  Intervals of clouds and sunshine.
Generally dry.
High: Low 40s
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