Dense fog advisory issued for portions of central IN into Sunday morning

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Most areas will top out around 60 degrees once again, but a cold front expected to move through the area tonight will temporarily bring an end to the unusual warmth. Temperatures are expected to fall well below freezing tonight, with overnight lows in the teens.

Road conditions Wednesday morning could be dicey.

People will want to prepare for possible disruptions by checking out the Consumers Energy Outage Center, which includes tips on the safe operation of generators and staying at least 25 feet away from any downed power lines.

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A band of sleet and freezing rain may extend from parts of Missouri to lower MI. Winds will increase at that time and lake effect snow will begin.

The UTRCA says its flood control reservoirs at Fanshawe, Wildwood, and Pittock Conservation areas are being used to reduce downstream flooding. The flakes will fly Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with some accumulation anticipated.

Periods of rain will continue on Thursday, as temperatures hit 5 C before tapering back down to below freezing daytime highs. Rainfall amounts will be low enough to limit the risk for river flooding, but ice jams could still be possible along the rivers.

Water and slush that have accumulated due to the current warm temperature are bound to freeze as the cold comes in this evening. Highs on Wednesday will only reach the mid-20s in Kansas City.

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