In the great scheme of winter weather, this is not a big deal, but it is important that we mention it. There will be a time tonight into Thursday morning and again late Thursday into early Friday when mild air is flowing up and over residual cold air at the ground. This interaction can yield spotty freezing drizzle which can produce short periods of hazardous travel conditions.

Though it could get a bit treacherous underfoot and on roads for a few hours during these times, no major ice accumulations will occur. That means no downed trees and power lines.

Story by Senior Meteorologist John Kocet.