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Dan Romano's Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Sunday, January, 22nd
Dan Romano
dromano@wdio.com

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More Foggy Conditions Tonight

The gray skies are sticking around into the beginning of the workweek. Patchy fog will once again develop later tonight with temperatures falling just below the freezing mark creating a few slicks spots. Visibilities will be as low as a half of a mile along the higher terrain. But by tomorrow afternoon, temperatures will climb back into the mid to upper 30s with light winds thawing us out again with overcast skies.

Another storm system is expected to trek across the Midwest, it appears it will stay far enough to the south that we in the Northland will only feel the effects from its fringe. That means we are only expected light snow with very limited accumulations Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. It's also possible some the wintry precipitation could start as an icy mixture of sleet and freezing rain late Tuesday.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the start to your weekend!

WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano


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