Freezing Rain Timeline

Freezing Rain is already falling up north but it is heading further south overnight.

Posted: Apr 14, 2018 7:44 PM

Here is a look at the areas most likely to be affected by tonight's freezing rain. North of the thruway will likely see more slick conditions on roadways and a higher chance for power outages. That being said if you are south of the thruway, it doesn't mean it won't happen to you. It is more likely to have less of an impact.

Freezing rain is already falling up north. It gradually moves south so that by 1:30 AM Sunday morning we are looking at widespread freezing rain. Steady winds allow for additional ice to form on power lines and can cause some outages.

Starting off your Sunday, the freezing rain retreats back north of the thruway, but expect slick conditions to remain for untreated surfaces. If you have to go anywhere early in the morning consider giving yourself a little extra time to get there.  Freezing rain becomes scattered in the afternoon.

The last of the Freezing rain looks to be gone by 5 PM but steady winds with strong gusts could still cause some additional power outages in the afternoon and evening.

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