The sun and warm temperatures Tuesday helped the icy roads to melt away improving driving conditions for most across the Tennessee Valley. This being said, there will still be the threat of patchy black ice for Wednesday morning’s commute. The areas that will be most prone to this will be under overpasses or bridges and areas that remained in the shade all day.
Patchy dense freezing fog will be possible for the early early morning commute on Wednesday. This will contribute to the threat of slick conditions, especially o bridges and overpasses. The thickest fog could drop to a 1/2 mile or less.
Many drivers were left stranded on the mountain due to hazardous road conditions. Some roads across Madison County were closed or even impassable Monday night! Local law enforcement is asking that if you do not need to be on the roads to stay off them so they can be treated!