What you need to know Feb. 6

What you need to know Feb. 6
Frost may develop this morning. (Source: KFVS)

(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Thursday, Feb. 6.

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First Alert Forecast

It is chilly this morning with temps in the 20s and 30s.

Lisa Michaels says a band of light snow and possible freezing rain looks to move through.

This could cause a light dusting of snow on elevated surfaces and isolated slick spots on roads, but no major impacts expected.

Overall, today will be cloudy and cool with high temps in the 30s.

Tonight, lingering precipitation on the back side of this system could bring isolated showers/snow in southeastern counties.

This could cause a dusting on elevated surfaces by early Friday morning.

We will have a few dry days in the forecast before several systems will bring many wet days of rain to the Heartland.

We will have to watch for flooding concerns heading into next week.

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