Freezing rain coming, ice on roads

Freezing rain coming, ice on roads

Freezing rain coming, ice on roads

Areas to the north (in blue) will likely see more sleet/ice pellets with some freezing rain mixing in from time to time.

Environment Canada says an area of freezing rain is expected to move over southwestern Ontario in the morning.

Areas of drizzle and freezing drizzle are expected to develop across south-central and eastern Kansas tonight.

Snow is expected from Monday through Wednesday night with three-to-seven inches of snowfall on Tuesday night, according to the Weather Service. Heavy freezing rain starts the week, followed by a quick blast of snow midweek, and then blowing snow and cold brings it to an end.

This means that "highways, roads, walkways and parking lots" are likely going to become icy and inevitably risky and slippery.

Snow and strong winds may continue to affect the upper Midwest and northern and western Great Lakes.

Freezing rain warnings are issued when rain falling in sub-zero temperatures creates ice build-up and icy surfaces.

Tuesday we'll see far more clouds than sun but it'll stay dry.

A Blizzard Warning remains in effect for the Sierra region through 10 p.m. Monday.

Totals will be between 1-3 inches for most of metro Denver, however, higher amounts up to 6 inches in isolated spots can't be ruled out.

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