As the rain ends, it could end as some wet snow flakes for parts of the Northern Pee Dee and Border Belt, most likely areas in NC.
Thursday high pressure will begin to slide off to the East creating a return flow off the Gulf pushing highs back to near 70 with clouds working over the region. Expect snow showers and squalls, especially in the morning.More news: Bills have 'some interest' in QB Sam Bradford — NFL free agency
Tuesday welcomes the chance for rain showers throughout the day with the best chance kicking up by the afternoon. Snow should shift east as the day goes on. Highs will be in the upper 20s this afternoon, and breezy northwest winds will make feels-like temperatures a fair amount cooler. Lows will be in the low to mid 30s from Monday through Wednesday night.
Cloudy skies are forecast for Tuesday morning with a few snow flurries.More news: Salma Hayek And Frida Kahlo's Family Object Barbie Doll
"South of these areas, we are only expecting a trace to 1". The low will be near 25 degrees.
Isolated higher totals are possible where squalls are most persistent, especially in the Primary Snow Belt.More news: Apple Maps Now Shows Bike Sharing Stations in Montreal, Toronto and Beyond
The end of the week through early next week looks to remain unsettled and showery with temperatures remaining near to slightly below normal. A few sprinkles will be possible in Eastern Kentucky for Wednesday and Thursday, with a wintry mix possible for Friday. The weekend has milder or at least less cool prospects, as high temperatures climb higher into the 40s on Saturday and then finally reach 50 degrees Sunday. We'll have a shot at showers both days, but there should also be some sun.
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