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Ice tonight, snow Thursday

Wednesday should see us hit the 50-degree mark. That's the good news; the problem right now is a lot of ice on the roads, and a storm headed our way Wednesday night and Thursday that is expected to mess up the morning commute and one to six inches of snow on the area.

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