Warming trend continues to build along with gusting winds and rain chances

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The overnight wintry mix/ice is moving out steadily, and rising temperatures are now building in! Any road problems should be mainly north and east of I-465, until the pavement warms above 32°! Although the air temperatures are climbing to 40°, the pavement may be lagging behind for the next few hours. Shower chances return later this morning and should increase in coverage this afternoon, while temperatures move into the lower 50s.

Strong wind gusts this afternoon could really make for tricky travel! Gusts to 40-45 mph will cause some larger profile vehicles to swerve in lanes traveling west and east! Allow some distance near those semis and be careful when passing.

More rain and warmth through Thursday, while temperatures begin to slide downward Thursday morning, as rain continues to fall! The upcoming weekend still remains unsettled with a light, wintry mix possible but still NOT all in on big problems just yet! For now, could see our northern counties being hit the hardest with ice.

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