PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Drivers are urged to use caution across the Philadelphia region where rain could make untreated roadways slick.

The National Weather Service has issued a freezing rain advisory in effect until noon Tuesday for the city and areas around the Interstate 95 corridor.

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A freezing rain advisory was in effect for Reading, Allentown and some Pocono Mountain communities until 10 a.m. Tuesday. The advisory ended around 9 a.m. for central Pennsylvania areas. Most of the communities are still trying to recover from the weekend’s massive snowstorm.

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Ice glazed roads have caused a number of fender benders around the region Tuesday.

The warning extends to pedestrians, who should be aware of slippery sidewalks.

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