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Brian Kirk, KDLT Meteorologist

We continue to see some impressive pictures coming out of Nebraska and Iowa of the really large ice accumulations they picked up with some places nearing a quarter-inch of glaze.  As far as roadways go, they are slick.  It doesn’t take too much ice on un-treated pavement to make things quite precarious for the drive to work or school.  Take it slow this morning, we will start to melt the ice, but it may take a day or so.

Today temps are going to be in the 20s for many of us (30s in the southern MRV) with mostly sunny skies expected.  It’s going to be a pretty enjoyable afternoon with light winds; I may go to the rink to shoot the puck around or at least get to the dog park.

Winds associated with the incoming high pressure system will turn out of the south as we go through the middle of the week and that will start a sequence of events that will bring us such very warm January air, we’re talking temps around 20° above average!

The quiet and mild conditions continue through Friday until we see our next wave of energy slide north on Friday and Saturday.  It could come down as a rain/snow mix with temperatures playing games on us again.  Sunday and Monday look quiet with highs in the mid-30s.

Have a great Tuesday and take it slow this morning…

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