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Another round of wintry weather

The term "wintry weather mix" may have been a novelty at first for us, but at this point, you may be getting tired of hearing about it. But it doesn't really matter what we want, Mother Nature is going to do what she's going to do and we just have to be ready for it. That's why we're gearing up for it and offering you complete coverage on all our shows. At 6, Donna McCollum explains how this could affect your home life if trees start getting weighed down with ice. And Caleb Beames checks to see if the supply of rocks for the roads is big enough to handle what may be to come, as this is our fourth round of using it.

And there's more. Brad Hlozek's forecast continues to evolve every hour, so keep watching for his latest. Schools are calling in their delays and we're bringing you the latest at KTRE.com. And if your power goes out tonight, you're going to want our free KTRE news and weather apps to stay on top of the latest developments.

Stay warm and dry and be safe!

Jeff Awtrey
Assignments editor
KTRE

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