Slippery Travel with Wintry Mix from Plains to Northeast Jan 16, 2019

A cold front stretched out from the Northeast to the Plains will produce a wintry mix of snow and freezing rain today (Wednesday) into Thursday. Winter Weather Advisories extend from New York to Kansas. Snowfall amounts of a couple inches are possible, along with a light glaze of ice accumulation.

The storm system will sweep to the south and east from New England to the southern Plains. The system has limited humidity along it, so heavy amounts of accumulation are not anticipated. The light glaze on roadways will cause some travel difficulties. Expect ice covered roads and use caution while driving.

For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels

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