The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for several Central Ohio counties until noon on Friday.
Storm Team 4's Ben Gelber says the freezing rain fell between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Friday.
Freezing rain has mostly tapered off to patches of freezing drizzle as a dry slot works in from the southwest. Blustery conditions will add to the damp chill with rush hour temperatures hovering around 30 degrees along the I-70 corridor, certainly cold enough to keep roads slick.
After a light coating of ice (1/10") and sleet, road conditions will turn slushy to wet mid-morning as the temperature edges above freezing.
By noontime, all of Central Ohio should be in much better shape with wet roads and a little residual slush and temperatures in the mid-30s. Later this afternoon, look for mainly dry travel conditions as readings climb into the low 40s with a brisk southeast wind.
The following counties remain under a winter weather advisory until 12 p.m. on Friday:
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