Special Weather Statement issued December 07 at 3:24PM EST by NWS
The combination of abundant low-level moisture and diminishing winds has resulted in areas of fog. Visibilities will generally be 1-2 miles, but locally dense at 1/4 mile or less, especially along the immediate coast and interior valley locations of Southern Connecticut. Improvement will be gradual, but will occur more abruptly with the passage of a cold front this evening.
Special Weather Statement issued December 07 at 3:09PM EST by NWS
...Patchy Freezing Drizzle Over the Adirondacks Thursday Morning... Patchy freezing drizzle may create localized icy conditions across the Northern Adirondacks early Thursday morning, mainly at elevations above 1000 ft. Elevated surfaces and bridges will be the most susceptible to light ice accumulations, but no more than a trace of ice is expected overall. The main window for slick
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