In case you haven't seen or heard, we've got rain and snow to deal with.

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In Tri-Cities, temperatures are high enough, (40's) that it's currently rain. However, that could change Wednesday overnight, as the temperature is expected to plummet to a low of 25-degrees. That means slick roads are possible. Heck, rain makes roads slick and difficult to drive.

What are the 3 secrets to successful driving in snow & rain?

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One more tip. Pack your patience. Keep your cool. Drive defensively. Be safe out there.

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