Light, Wet Snow Possible in Triangle Area
Posted February 10, 1997
RALEIGH — Temperatures well above freezing kept any snow from falling in the Triangle area Monday afternoon, and no accumulation was expect Monday night as the precipitation ends.
WRAL-TV5 Chief MeteorologistGreg Fishelsaid the precipitation should end by about 7 p.m., and the mercury in the Raleigh area should stay above freezing until then. The light rain falling in the Triangle might mix with some snow before ending, but Fishel said snow would not accumulate.
The temperature could dip into the upper 20s overnight, so some slick spots on area roadways are possible. WRAL-TV5 and WRAL OnLine will carry a complete list Tuesday morning of any school or business delays.