Freezing rain makes for slippery roads

Freezing temperatures Sunday morning created icy conditions on Long Island’s roadways, causing accidents and closing a city airport. Accidents were reported on 25A in Roslyn

Drivers are being urged to take it slow.

Drivers are being urged to take it slow. (1/5/14)

WOODBURY - Freezing rain made for slick conditions on the roads on Sunday, and there's more wintry weather in store.

Warmer temperatures in the 40s on Sunday followed the frigid conditions that came with Thursday's blizzard, but there's another arctic blast on the way.

News 12 meteorologists say morning lows on Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to be in the single-digits, and could potentially break some cold weather records.

The forecast calls for a high temperature of just 16 degrees on Tuesday.

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