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A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. for Lincoln, Moore, and Franklin counties in Southern Tennessee and Madison and Jackson counties in Alabama.

Moisture is rapidly exiting North Alabama and Southern-Middle Tennessee, with temperatures staying just warm enough to miss out on big issues. Still, temperatures will drop overnight, so any lingering moisture on the roads could lead to some slick spots for the Friday morning commute.

A northwest wind will actually work to help us on the black ice front, drying the roads and limiting problems overnight into Friday morning. That north-northwest wind will continue through this afternoon and evening around 10-15 mph, dropping to 5-10 mph overnight. While that wind helps dry us off, it brings a significant wind chill factor. Expect morning wind chills in the teens and perhaps single digits in some spots Friday morning. We barely inch the thermometer above the freezing mark Friday afternoon, so expect a deep chill all day.