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Old 01-15-2013, 03:06 PM
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I believe this is a great safety feature, not just the Ice Warning but the outside temp in general. I live and drive in mountainous areas where the road and air temps can vary widely depending on elevation and how much sunlight the area gets. During a snowsquall a few weeks back, the outside temp went from +2C in Greenville to -3C by the time I climbed to Hendersonville and knowing so meant I knew that the snow falling was going to stick and accumulate on the interstate.
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