Scattered rain showers moved in during the overnight hours, and with temperatures nearing freezing, a few slick spots are possible. Temperatures are expected to climb quickly after sunrise, so the threat for slick spots will mainly be from now until 9 am. After that, temperatures begin their climb into the low to mid-40s for highs this afternoon with plenty of rain showers to accompany the warmth.
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