(WLNS) - Just when you thought winter was gone there is at least one more icy blast on the way.
Chief Meteorologist David Young is tracking rain that could drop a layer of ice on part of the 6 News viewing area.
He say there is potential for slick travel overnight primarily on a line north of I-96. If ice does form it could create problems for the morning commute.
Temperatures will hover right around the freezing mark along I-96. David adds that the chances of freezing decrease the further south of I-96 you are.
Good news is that the ice shouldn't stick around long. Temperatures will climb above freezing by mid-morning and could reach 40 by late afternoon.
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The Michigan Department of Transportation reminds motorists to adjust speeds based on the conditions and to take it slow to avoid sliding around.
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