Ice Moves Out, Now What

As the ice moves out new concerns arise.

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The ice already did plenty of damage.
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A winter storm left up to a half inch of ice on parts of the region but with power out to thousands the storm's impact will continue far after it moves away.
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Wayne, Pa. in Delaware County topped the area for the most ice.
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The ice already did plenty of damage.
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Trenton saw a 1/3 of an inch of ice.
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While a 1/4 inch was recorded in parts of Montgomery County.
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Here is a look at what to expect over the next several hours.
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By midafternoon Wednesday some areas could see temps in the 40s.
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By nightfall temps should be around freezing...
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As thousands are without power the nightfall could be dramatic and temps will dip below freezing.
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By midnight winds will start to pick up.
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By daybreak Thrusday temps could dip into the low 20s, which along with wind and remaining ice could cause more power problems.
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