Our narrow band of wintry mix continues to slowly spread north as it gradually overcomes the dry air we talked about last night.
We’ll eventually see a pretty decent band of sleet, snow, and pockets of freezing rain (where surface temps are below freezing) move in this morning.
What’s changed is that temps are just a degree or two cooler aloft which should keep the precip as a wintry mix for much of the day instead of a solid changeover to drizzle/rain.
The result will be the same with slushy conditions by afternoon and any untreated surfaces will be slick. Take it easy out there today!
The strong March sun (despite being behind clouds) should help us out.