After a day-long mix of clouds, rain and even snow in the mountains, it looks like the forecast continues more of it into the evening. Rainfall totals will add an aditional tenth of an inch.
Clouds will move out tonight and the next few days look to be much brighter. The only problem with clear skies is that it means cold mornings. All the snow that fell in the mountains will stay put for a few days. Black ice could be around neighborhoods north of I-40.
Thursday & Friday:
High pressure will slide in from the west until the weekend. Skies will be partly clear but temperatures will remain cooler than average, still. Both afternoons we will warm into the upper 50s but our average temperature is 65 degrees.
System approaches the Carolinas from the midwest this weekend. It could even start with some mountain snow on Saturday morning. Most of the piedmont will be impacted more Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Clouds will move in on Saturday, so don't count on perfect skies! Nothing frozen will be an issue for the Piedmont, but again mountains will be cold and possibly snowy on Sunday.