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Potential for freezing fog or drizzle could impact morning commute

Salt trucks are on standby if something happens overnight. (Photo Source: WMC Action News 5) Salt trucks are on standby if something happens overnight. (Photo Source: WMC Action News 5)
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

A possible freezing fog or freezing drizzle Tuesday morning could make driving dangerous.

As of Monday evening, it appears that a 10-15 mph wind will drive out freezing precipitation, but there is still a possibility that some icy weather could come into the Mid-South overnight.

According to the Memphis public works department, roads were treated last week up through Friday.

Monday night and Tuesday morning, crews are on standby in case problems arise. Salt trucks are full and ready to roll if something happens.

Officials say they are aware of the fog and freezing drizzle threat, and any issues during the morning commute will quickly be addressed.

Stay updated with our weather page and check road conditions with our Traffic Tracker. You can also download our Storm Tracker app.

Meteorologist Andrew Kozak and Traffic Tracker Janeen Gordon will be live Tuesday morning starting at 4:30 a.m. to make sure you have a safe commute.

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