A snow covered holiday snowman decoration wears a grimace seemingly knowing that the Tri-City forecast calls for the coldest night of winter to date — about 16 degrees overnight Tuesday. Motorists should watch for possible patches of overnight freezing fog Wednesday morning, snow and rain Thursday and a chance of freezing rain Friday, according to forecasters.
A snow covered holiday snowman decoration wears a grimace seemingly knowing that the Tri-City forecast calls for the coldest night of winter to date — about 16 degrees overnight Tuesday. Motorists should watch for possible patches of overnight freezing fog Wednesday morning, snow and rain Thursday and a chance of freezing rain Friday, according to forecasters. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A snow covered holiday snowman decoration wears a grimace seemingly knowing that the Tri-City forecast calls for the coldest night of winter to date — about 16 degrees overnight Tuesday. Motorists should watch for possible patches of overnight freezing fog Wednesday morning, snow and rain Thursday and a chance of freezing rain Friday, according to forecasters. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Brrr, Frosty knows temps to plunge Tuesday night

December 06, 2016 03:41 PM

UPDATED December 06, 2016 05:01 PM

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