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because we have a little bit of fog that we're dealing with again this morning. It's mainly just patchy. It's not gonna be anything different than we've seen earlier this week or last week. Let's jump in and take a look at satellite and radar. Of course, a big story is what's happening with Zeta and how that will impact our weather here over the next couple of days. We still have this nasty snowstorm, continues, the linguists not really moving so more ice in parts of Texas, Oklahoma up into Kansas and some thunder and lightning there north of Dallas. So we are also seeing some showers and thunderstorms along a stationary front that's so just west of Atlanta, we're going to start to see some of this moisture that's associated with this stationary front pushing into North Carolina a little later on today. So I'm going to show you that on future cast, let's first take a look at the big picture. You can see the low that is Zeta, and of course, that moves northward. We have the stationary front that's to our north little chance of a shower later on today, and then the remnants of Zeta there. Here's seven AM looking pretty dry, actually, and the storm itself actually goes on up into Virginia. Now we still have to get rid of this front, so we're still looking at the potential for some rain. That cold front moves through late Thursday into early Friday, and we start to see skies clearing Friday. Clear pretty early on Friday. A couple days ago, it looked like Friday may be fairly wet. It looks like things are going to clear out pretty quickly Friday. And then after that, the chilly air comes pouring in. Not just like then pouring in for a big, big change in how it's going to feel for a t least the weekend and into next week. Here's a look at future cast, so we'll drill it down a little fog this morning. We'll see mostly cloudy skies at lunchtime. So instead of like yesterday where we broke out and had a pretty sunny day, we'll actually see increasing clouds for today and then watch the showers. There's 8 30 well, shower swings by from, say, Raleigh North Room, and then overnight we see some showers up into Virginia and then tomorrow again, look at this two o'clock. Most of those showers and storms are up to the north, but if you're anywhere along our northern tier, that's where we'll have the best chance of some of those stronger thunderstorms where we could have the potential for an isolated tornado. But I don't think that's going to affect the majority of us, even though all of us are under a level one risk for severe storms tomorrow. Look at these very small amounts of rainfall that we're looking at for a late Wednesday into early Friday before this all moves on out. You know, it's looking like less than a quarter of an inch for most of us, some heavier rain following the mountains, of course, where the center of the remnants will go. But for us, it's really not looking very impressive. We do again have that risk for severe storms for tomorrow. It zero threat, but it's looking a little less likely, just to be honest with you, the one thing that we are likely to see even if we don't see a lot of thunderstorms, we're likely to see some gusty winds. Winds up near the Virginia line could be gusting up to nearly 60 MPH from the triangle area southward 40 to 45 MPH. So in terms of the weather that impacts you tomorrow, it may be the wind above all that you'll notice on our newscast this morning. We'll be talking more, of course, about Zeta and its impact on the Gulf Coast. The timeline for it arriving here. We also have our tropical update that's here on w r a l dot com that you can check out Have a great day.