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Last Map Update: Thu, Feb. 2, 2023 at 8:46:34 pm CST

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With overnight lows expected to fall below freezing area-wide, refreezing of surface moisture/slush is possible overnight into Friday morning. Remain vigilant for icy patches on roads, especially bridges, overpasses, and side streets. Sidewalks are also likely to remain icy through Friday morning.
Remain vigilant for hazards as ice continues to melt today and tomorrow. Slippery roads and sidewalks are likely through Friday morning. Falling ice and icicles from rooftops and overhangs also pose a hazard. Never attempt to walk across any frozen ponds or pools as any surface ice is likely very thin and prone to breaking easily.
We are monitoring a chance for freezing fog to develop late Friday night and Saturday morning. Freezing fog occurs when tiny droplets that comprise fog begin freezing/accumulating on elevated surfaces, especially bridges and overpasses, which can result in isolated ice patches that can make travel dangerous.
Temperatures will steadily climb heading into the weekend with highs returning to the 60s by Sunday. Areas of fog are possible Friday night early Saturday morning.

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