Rural and shaded areas will be the most likely spots to be aware of while traveling Friday morning and possibly in the overnight hours.

While Northwest Florida is on the tail end of a bitterly cold stretch, the National Weather Service is warning of continued icy road conditions.

According to a weather service alert early Friday morning, across interior southeastern Mississippi, southwestern Alabama and the western Florida Panhandle, patches of ice on the roadways will continue to be a hazard today and possibly tonight.

Rural and shaded areas will be the most likely spots to be aware of while traveling Friday morning and possibly in the overnight hours.

Other than that warning, get ready — warmer temperatures are coming.

While Eglin Air Force Base was reporting temperatures in the mid-20s at 7 a.m., the mercury will climb to 53 degrees today and then soar into the 60s over the coming days.

According to the weather service, Saturday is forecast to reach 59 degrees followed by 64 degrees on Sunday, a downright balmy 67 degrees on Monday and 61 degrees on Tuesday.

The mid-60s are forecast through the remainder of the week.

Lows overnight during those days will range from the mid- to upper-40s with a high on Sunday of 54 degrees.

We made it: Enjoy!