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More snow is expected to come towards the ENC this week, starting on Wednesday.
The following information comes form the First Alert Weather Center at WNCT
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 11 PM THIS EVENING TO
7 PM EST WEDNESDAY
Including the cities of Bushy Fork, Concord, Roxboro, Surl, Oxford, Butner, Creedmoor, Dabney, Henderson, Norlina, Wise, Afton, Warrenton, Lake Gaston, Roanoke Rapids, Pfafftown, Stanleyville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Lake Townsend, High Point, Burlington, Graham, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Bethesda, Durham, Research Triangle, Pilot, Ingleside, Louisburg,Franklinton, Nashville, Aventon, Red Oak, Sharpsburg, Spring Hope, Rocky Mount, Lexington, Thomasville, Asheboro, Ulah, Archdale, Trinity, Hasty, Siler City, Bynum, Moncure, Pittsboro,Raleigh, Cary, Smithfield, Clayton, Flowers, Selma, Benson,
Coats Crossroads, New Hope, Wilson, Albemarle, Plyler, Troy, Biscoe, Mount Gilead, Pekin, Badin Lake, Eldorado, Southern Pines, Pinehurst, Aberdeen, Eagle Springs, Seven Lakes, Cumnock, Gum Springs, Sanford, Tramway, Dunn, Anderson Creek, Timberlake, Duncan, Erwin, Angier, Lillington, Goldsboro,
Wadesboro, Polkton, Rockingham, Hamlet, East Rockingham, Laurel Hill, Laurinburg, Antioch, Ashley Heights, Raeford, Rockfish, Silver City, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, and Clinton
The snow is expected to slowly develop and spread east to cover much of Central North Carolina by daybreak Wednesday. Snow is expected over much of Central NC Wednesday morning. The snow is expected to end from the west Wednesday afternoon.
Plan on slippery snow and ice covered road conditions. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are expected. The higher totals are likely to be from the Triangle area to Roanoke Rapids where 2 to 3 inches are expected. The lowest totals of an inch or less are likely along the southern border, near the SC state line where the snow should begin as a period of rain early Wednesday.