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BRANDON TRUITT EYEWITNESS NEWS.

NOW, CHIEF METEORLOGIST TONY

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WEATHER 12 FORECAST.

TONIGHT: Another round of

precipitation arrives after

midnighwith a mixture of wet

snow, sleet, freezing rain and

rain. Travel could be slick and

slow into the pre-dawn hours.

Overnight lows in the mid to

upper 20s inland and low 30s at

the coast.

THURSDAY: An icy mix of sleet

and freezing rain inland (rain

at the coast) in the early

morning hours, potentially

leading to slick travel. That

mixture will change to plain

rain from south to north through

the morning. Rain showers

continue in the afternoon Highs

in the low 40s.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A widespread and

heavy rain develops. Localized

street and poor drainage is

possible. Temperatures staying

near 40.

FRIDAY: Rain showers, steadiest

and heaviest in the morningmay

end as lighter snow showers late

day and evening. Highs 45-50 by

noon , then falling rapidly

towards evening.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few early evening

snow showers, otherwise clearing

skies, windy and much colder.

Lows near 20 by dawn Saturday.

SATURDAY: Much colder dry and

mainly sunny. Highs in the low

to mid 30s.

SAT. NIGHT: Clear start, then

increasing cloudsvery cold,

lows 15-20

SUNDAY: A chance of light rain

showers and/or light snow

showers from an off-shore storm

system. At this point, it does

not look significant. High near

39.

MONDAY: Partly sunny low to mid

40s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a

chance of showers Highs in the

mid to upper 40s.

TONIGHT: Another round of

precipitation arrives after

midnighwith a mixture of wet

snow, sleet, freezing rain and

rain. Travel could be slick and

slow into the pre-dawn hours.

Overnight lows in the mid to

upper 20s inland and low 30s at

the coast.

THURSDAY: An icy mix of sleet

and freezing rain inland (rain

at the coast) in the early

morning hours, potentially

leading to slick travel. That

mixture will change to plain

rain from south to north through

the morning. Rain showers

continue in the afternoon Highs

in the low 40s.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A widespread and

heavy rain develops. Localized

street and poor drainage is

possible. Temperatures staying

near 40.

FRIDAY: Rain showers, steadiest

and heaviest in the morningmay

end as lighter snow showers late

day and evening. Highs 45-50 by

noon , then falling rapidly

towards evening.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few early evening

snow showers, otherwise clearing

skies, windy and much colder.

Lows near 20 by dawn Saturday.

SATURDAY: Much colder dry and

mainly sunny. Highs in the low

to mid 30s.

SAT. NIGHT: Clear start, then

increasing cloudsvery cold,

lows 15-20

SUNDAY: A chance of light rain

showers and/or light snow

showers from an off-shore storm

system. At this point, it does

not look significant. High near

39.

MONDAY: Partly sunny low to mid

40s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a

chance of showers Highs in the

mid to upper 40s.

TONIGHT: Another round of

precipitation arrives after

midnighwith a mixture of wet

snow, sleet, freezing rain and

rain. Travel could be slick and

slow into the pre-dawn hours.

Overnight lows in the mid to

upper 20s inland and low 30s at

the coast.

THURSDAY: An icy mix of sleet

and freezing rain inland (rain

at the coast) in the early

morning hours, potentially

leading to slick travel. That

mixture will change to plain

rain from south to north through

the morning. Rain showers

continue in the afternoon Highs

in the low 40s.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A widespread and

heavy rain develops. Localized

street and poor drainage is

possible. Temperatures staying

near 40.

FRIDAY: Rain showers, steadiest

and heaviest in the morningmay

end as lighter snow showers late

day and evening. Highs 45-50 by

noon , then falling rapidly

towards evening.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few early evening

snow showers, otherwise clearing

skies, windy and much colder.

Lows near 20 by dawn Saturday.

SATURDAY: Much colder dry and

mainly sunny. Highs in the low

to mid 30s.

SAT. NIGHT: Clear start, then

increasing cloudsvery cold,

lows 15-20

SUNDAY: A chance of light rain

showers and/or light snow

showers from an off-shore storm

system. At this point, it does

not look significant. High near

39.

MONDAY: Partly sunny low to mid

40s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a

chance of showers Highs in the

mid to upper 40s.

TONIGHT: Another round of

precipitation arrives after

midnighwith a mixture of wet

snow, sleet, freezing rain and

rain. Travel could be slick and

slow into the pre-dawn hours.

Overnight lows in the mid to

upper 20s inland and low 30s at

the coast.

THURSDAY: An icy mix of sleet

and freezing rain inland (rain

at the coast) in the early

morning hours, potentially

leading to slick travel. That

mixture will change to plain

rain from south to north through

the morning. Rain showers

continue in the afternoon Highs

in the low 40s.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A widespread and

heavy rain develops. Localized

street and poor drainage is

possible. Temperatures staying

near 40.

FRIDAY: Rain showers, steadiest

and heaviest in the morningmay

end as lighter snow showers late

day and evening. Highs 45-50 by

noon , then falling rapidly

towards evening.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few early evening

snow showers, otherwise clearing

skies, windy and much colder.

Lows near 20 by dawn Saturday.

SATURDAY: Much colder dry and

mainly sunny. Highs in the low

to mid 30s.

SAT. NIGHT: Clear start, then

increasing cloudsvery cold,

lows 15-20

SUNDAY: A chance of light rain

showers and/or light snow

showers from an off-shore storm

system. At this point, it does

not look significant. High near

39.

MONDAY: Partly sunny low to mid

40s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a

chance of showers Highs in the

mid to upper 40s.

TONIGHT: Another round of

precipitation arrives after

midnighwith a mixture of wet

snow, sleet, freezing rain and

rain. Travel could be slick and

slow into the pre-dawn hours.

Overnight lows in the mid to

upper 20s inland and low 30s at

the coast.

THURSDAY: An icy mix of sleet

and freezing rain inland (rain

at the coast) in the early

morning hours, potentially

leading to slick travel. That

mixture will change to plain

rain from south to north through

the morning. Rain showers

continue in the afternoon Highs

in the low 40s.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A widespread and

heavy rain develops. Localized

street and poor drainage is

possible. Temperatures staying

near 40.

FRIDAY: Rain showers, steadiest

and heaviest in the morningmay

end as lighter snow showers late

day and evening. Highs 45-50 by

noon , then falling rapidly

towards evening.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few early evening

snow showers, otherwise clearing

skies, windy and much colder.

Lows near 20 by dawn Saturday.

SATURDAY: Much colder dry and

mainly sunny. Highs in the low

to mid 30s.

SAT. NIGHT: Clear start, then

increasing cloudsvery cold,

lows 15-20

SUNDAY: A chance of light rain

showers and/or light snow

showers from an off-shore storm

system. At this point, it does

not look significant. High near

39.

MONDAY: Partly sunny low to mid

40s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a

chance of showers Highs in the

mid to upper 40s.

TONIGHT: Another round of

precipitation arrives after

midnighwith a mixture of wet

snow, sleet, freezing rain and

rain. Travel could be slick and

slow into the pre-dawn hours.

Overnight lows in the mid to

upper 20s inland and low 30s at

the coast.

THURSDAY: An icy mix of sleet

and freezing rain inland (rain

at the coast) in the early

morning hours, potentially

leading to slick travel. That

mixture will change to plain

rain from south to north through

the morning. Rain showers

continue in the afternoon Highs

in the low 40s.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A widespread and

heavy rain develops. Localized

street and poor drainage is

possible. Temperatures staying

near 40.

FRIDAY: Rain showers, steadiest

and heaviest in the morningmay

end as lighter snow showers late

day and evening. Highs 45-50 by

noon , then falling rapidly

towards evening.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few early evening

snow showers, otherwise clearing

skies, windy and much colder.

Lows near 20 by dawn Saturday.

SATURDAY: Much colder dry and

mainly sunny. Highs in the low

to mid 30s.

SAT. NIGHT: Clear start, then

increasing cloudsvery cold,

lows 15-20

SUNDAY: A chance of light rain

showers and/or light snow

showers from an off-shore storm

system. At this point, it does

not look significant. High near

39.

MONDAY: Partly sunny low to mid

40s.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a

chance of showers Highs

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