TODAY - SATURDAY
The Tri-State will experience a brief wintry mix this morning and then flurries will continue during the morning drive. Some slick spots could develop as we head into the morning rush, so be on alert again today. Winds are still gusty and will be around in the morning. Temperatures will be falling through much of the day. By 7 a.m., we'll be in the upper 20s.Read full story
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