Officials: Beware of black ice

DPW officials across the Hudson Valley are warning motorists about black ice conditions on many roads.

DPW officials across the Hudson Valley are warning motorists about black ice conditions on many roads. (12/19/16)

NYACK - Plummeting temperatures caused slick roads conditions for drivers this morning across the Hudson Valley.

DPW officials warned motorists about black ice conditions on many roads.

New 12 Meteorologist Stacy-Ann Gooden said that the rain and temperatures in the high 40s Sunday caused roads to be covered in water. The black ice was created when temperatures dropped to the low 20s overnight.

Gooden expects temperatures to remain in the 20s today with the wind chill making it feel like it’s in the teens.

Things should warm up slightly Tuesday with highs in the 30s, but Gooden says the rest of week should be seasonal with temperatures in the mid-40s.

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