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Light Precipitation Falls Ahead Of Winter Storm; Watch In Effect

RALEIGH, N.C. A mixture of precipitation has begun falling on portions of North Carolina in advance of a winter storm expected to bring significant icy weather to the state over two days.


The National Weather Service reported light precipitation north of a line from Charlotte to Sanford to Rocky Mount. Snow was reported in Winston-Salem Monday afternoon.


No significant accumulation was expected with Monday's weather.


Forecasters issued a winter storm watch for much of North Carolina from Tuesday through Thursday morning. Up to 8 inches of snow are possible in the mountains, with up to 6 inches of snow are expected along the Interstate 85 corridor. Up to 4 inches of snow could fall elsewhere in the western part of the state.

 

Here is the latest statement from the National Weather Service:

 


 


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