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Overnight: It will be cloudy and chilly this evening with temperatures into the 30s. There is a slight chance of freezing drizzle overnight as well as fog with temperatures into the upper 20s. Some slick spots are possible tonight and into Monday morning from freezing drizzle tonight, according to News Center 7 Meteorologist Molly Coates. Bridges, overpasses, and elevated surfaces are most likely to see icy patches form. Bridges and overpasses freeze faster than roads. Rroads that appear wet can be dangerous because of potential black ice.
- Slow down and take your time
- Allow plenty of space between you and the other drivers
- Don't use cruise control
- Extra travel time
- Avoid pumping the breaks
Monday: A freezing drizzle and fog could develop in the early morning hours and last until shortly after sunrise. Icy patches are a possible hazard. The work week will begin with cloudy skies. Temperatures will be seasonable, in the upper 30s.
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Tuesday: We will see clouds and a slight change for lake effect snow showers to the northwest of Dayton. Highs will be in the upper 30s.
Wednesday: The skies will be cloudy with a few snow showers arriving for the afternoon. Seasonable highs are expected in the upper 30s.
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Thursday: It will be partly cloudy and dry. Temperatures will be cool, with highs approach 40 degrees.
Friday: The day will be mostly cloudy. There is a chance to see a passing shower. Highs will climb into the low 40s.