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14 First Alert: Most falling precipitation to finish prior to morning commute

Most of the falling precipitation will be finished prior to the Wednesday morning commute; however, the remaining ice and wintry mix will likely cause slick road conditions across the region. (WFIE) Most of the falling precipitation will be finished prior to the Wednesday morning commute; however, the remaining ice and wintry mix will likely cause slick road conditions across the region. (WFIE)
TRI-STATE (WFIE) -

The winter weather advisory for freezing rain will continue through Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.

All counties in the Tri-State are in the advisory at this time:

Rain will be changing over to freezing rain between 10 p.m. and midnight:

Freezing rain will continue for several hours and will likely coat untreated roads, trees and power lines with a tenth to quarter-inch of ice:

Most of the falling precipitation will be finished prior to the Wednesday morning commute; however, the remaining ice and wintry mix will likely cause slick road conditions across the region:

The models range between a tenth of an inch all the way up to a third of an inch of ice accumulation.  The likely amount will probably be in the lower half of this range.

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