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7–Day Forecast
  • Fri

    Tonight
    Snow
    28°
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    Happy Friday everyone! Meteorologist Zach Maloch here, we'll see mostly cloudy and mainly dry afternoon, but isolated rain showers will be possible in our far southeastern communities around the evening commute. Highs will be in the mid - upper 40s. Meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner and I are tracking the wintry weather that will move in tonight. A band of light snow will start to move into our northwestern communities around and after 11 PM and move slowly east and southeast through the night. Everyone should see a period of light snow through the night with snow ending in the Triangle by 8 AM and our southeastern communities by 10 AM.

    Good afternoon everyone, Mike Maze here with a look at the cold forecast. I expect cloudy skies with rain changing over to some light snow as colder air shifts into the region. Lows in the upper 20s-lower 30s. Low pressure is developing and strengthening once it departs our coastal area and moves up the coast. On the backside of the low we should see some wraparound moisture move into the state overnight and for the first part of the day Saturday. As the moisture moves in, the air aloft is cooling down which would support a changeover to some light snow. We expect 1-1.5" across central North Carolina with some pockets of 2-3 inches possible in our NE and NW counties. Less than an inch of snow is expected in our southern communities. Be aware roads could become slippery and slick toward daybreak so if you are out and about be careful!

    Good afternoon everyone, Mike Maze here with a look at the cold forecast. I expect cloudy skies with rain changing over to some light snow as colder air shifts into the region. Lows in the upper 20s-lower 30s. Low pressure is developing and strengthening once it departs our coastal area and moves up the coast. On the backside of the low we should see some wraparound moisture move into the state overnight and for the first part of the day Saturday. As the moisture moves in, the air aloft is cooling down which would support a changeover to some light snow. We expect 1-1.5" across central North Carolina with some pockets of 2-3 inches possible in our NE and NW counties. Less than an inch of snow is expected in our southern communities. Be aware roads could become slippery and slick toward daybreak so if you are out and about be careful!

    Happy Friday everyone! Meteorologist Zach Maloch here, we'll see mostly cloudy and mainly dry afternoon, but isolated rain showers will be possible in our far southeastern communities around the evening commute. Highs will be in the mid - upper 40s. Meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner and I are tracking the wintry weather that will move in tonight. A band of light snow will start to move into our northwestern communities around and after 11 PM and move slowly east and southeast through the night. Everyone should see a period of light snow through the night with snow ending in the Triangle by 8 AM and our southeastern communities by 10 AM.

  • Sat

    Chance of Snow
    35°/ 15°

    Cloudy this morning with the chance for some spotty light snow then clearing late in the morning. Temperatures likely hover near freezing for most of the day. We expect 1-1.5" for the Triangle, 1-3" for our NW and NE counties, and less than an inch for our southern counties. It will be windy overnight and through the day today. Wind chills this morning are expected to be in the upper single digits to lower teens. Boy, it will be awfully cold! Dress in layers if you will be spending time outdoors today.

    Clear skies and colder with winds dying down. Lows in the mid-upper teens. What was slushy will freeze overnight and cause some hazardous driving conditions.

    Clear skies and colder with winds dying down. Lows in the mid-upper teens. What was slushy will freeze overnight and cause some hazardous driving conditions.

    Cloudy this morning with the chance for some spotty light snow then clearing late in the morning. Temperatures likely hover near freezing for most of the day. We expect 1-1.5" for the Triangle, 1-3" for our NW and NE counties, and less than an inch for our southern counties. It will be windy overnight and through the day today. Wind chills this morning are expected to be in the upper single digits to lower teens. Boy, it will be awfully cold! Dress in layers if you will be spending time outdoors today.

  • Sun

    Partly Cloudy
    43°/ 23°

    Partly cloudy and still cold and breezy. Highs in the lower-mid 40s. We will see more melting take place today and any wet spots will become ice again overnight.

    Clear and cold. Lows in the lower-mid 20s. Watch for icy spots!

    Clear and cold. Lows in the lower-mid 20s. Watch for icy spots!

    Partly cloudy and still cold and breezy. Highs in the lower-mid 40s. We will see more melting take place today and any wet spots will become ice again overnight.

  • Mon

    Mostly Cloudy
    51°/ 27°

    Partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Highs in the upper 40s-lower 50s.

    Mostly clear and cold. Low sin the mid 20s-30.

    Mostly clear and cold. Low sin the mid 20s-30.

    Partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Highs in the upper 40s-lower 50s.

  • Tue

    Partly Cloudy
    55°/ 35°

    Partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Highs in the mid 50s.

    Mostly clear and not as cold as we expect our low temperature to be above freezing. Lows in the mid 30s.

    Mostly clear and not as cold as we expect our low temperature to be above freezing. Lows in the mid 30s.

    Partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Highs in the mid 50s.

  • Wed

    Mostly Cloudy
    62°/ 50°

    Mostly cloudy and mild for Groundhog Day. Temperatures likely climb into the lower 60s.

    Mostly cloudy skies with the chance for rain toward daybreak. Lows near 50.

    Mostly cloudy skies with the chance for rain toward daybreak. Lows near 50.

    Mostly cloudy and mild for Groundhog Day. Temperatures likely climb into the lower 60s.

  • Thu

    Rain
    67°/ 40°

    Cloudy skies and mild with rain looking likely later today. Highs in the mid-upper 60s.

    Rain still appears likely. Lows near 40.

    Rain still appears likely. Lows near 40.

    Cloudy skies and mild with rain looking likely later today. Highs in the mid-upper 60s.

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