Freezing rain and sleet have come to an end across the Tri-State. As a result, the Tri-State is no longer under a Ice Storm Warning or Winter Weather Advisory.
Unfortunately, the main concern for the rest of the day pertains to travel. Several highways across the southern portions of the region are still slick, slushy, and icy. Thankfully, pavement temperatures are starting to move above the freezing mark, which will help the freezing moisture melt. However, hazardous conditions on untreated roadways and other pavement could be an issue well into tomorrow morning. Afternoon highs will remain below the freezing mark while the skies above the Tri-State remain quite cloudy. Winds will also be quite blustery, with wind speeds near 20 mph. Wind chill values will stay in the upper teens and lower 20s.
Tonight is going to be the start of some bitterly cold mornings ahead. We'll keep the cloud cover, but temperatures are going to drop into the mid to upper teens overnight. Any leftover slick spots shouldn't be an issue Friday, but definitely take it easy during your morning commute. Partly sunny skies will return Friday afternoon; we'll reach a peak temperature of just 30°.