Icing Overnight Will Melt As Temperatures Rise

Icing Overnight Will Melt As Temperatures Rise

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Schools were delayed and some roads were slippery early Tuesday morning.

A winter weather advisory for Jefferson and Lewis counties was set to end at 7 a.m., but was extended to 10 a.m. An advisory for St. Lawrence County was lifted by 7 a.m.

See the delays.

Snow started overnight and warming temperatures added a layer of ice to most surfaces.

Temperatures will continue to rise and any leftover precipitation will change to all rain.

Highs will be around 40 degrees.

It will drop to just below freezing tonight and snow showers will start up again and continue throughout Wednesday. .

Wednesday's highs will be in the mid-30s.

Snow showers are likely on Thursday. It will turn colder, with highs around 20.

It's even colder on Friday. It will be partly sunny with highs in the upper single digits.

It will be partly sunny again on Saturday and a tiny bit warmer. Highs will be in the mid-teens.

It will be partly sunny with a small chance of snow on Sunday and Monday. It will be in the upper-teens on Sunday and the mid-20s on Monday.

Watch the video for Beth Hall's forecast.

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