Freezing rain could hit part of Michigan for Tuesday commute

If freezing rain occurs overnight, road conditions may become hazardous in certain areas of the Lower Peninsula on Tuesday morning.

According to the National Weather Service, there is a chance of freezing rain mixing with the expected rain overnight. This could potentially cause slick spots on the roads, with the most probable time frame being between 1 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

The conditions may affect an area spanning from northern Kent County and extending up to Big Rapids, all the way north to Cadillac. The forecast primarily covers the region situated north of I-96 and east of U.S. 131.

Looking for more information about the pre-Thanksgiving weather forecast? Stay up-to-date with these latest updates:

The Thanksgiving weather has improved slightly, much to everyone’s delight.

Examining Thanksgiving Travel Weather Throughout the United States

Michigan is expected to experience rain and snow just in time for the Thanksgiving travel season.

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