Freezing drizzle expected through morning
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National Weather Service officials urged caution heading into Wednesday morning as they expected light freezing drizzle to spread across the region through the morning hours.
Through a hazardous weather outlook issued Tuesday afternoon, forecasters said they expected freezing drizzle to fall across a line from Cleveland to Grenada to Columbus, with the western side of this region having the best chance for this precipitation between 4 and 7 a.m. today and eastern segments of the outlook area receiving the freezing rain between 7 and 11 a.m.
NWS officials urged motorists to use caution as roadways may be icy.
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