Wet roads and lingering flurries for Tues, Wed - Tucson News Now

Lingering flurries through Wednesday

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Snow flurries and showers are persisting Tuesday morning, and a slick spot on the road is not out of the question.

This light snow will stick around through the day and, as temperatures rise into the upper 30s this afternoon, a few raindrops may mix in for good measure. 

We'll see more of the same overnight and Wednesday with only a minimal warm-up to near 40.

Sunday and Monday's storm tracked farther north, giving us just some light snow here inside the 275 loop.

There were several areas that saw 3 to 4 inches near Brookville, Ind. and northern Butler County, however a lot of it melted on impact.

For a look at the full 7-day forecast, visit FOX's weather page.

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The activity is spotty and generally light but will cause some additional light accumulations this afternoon.
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