Frigid temperatures are expected this week as a cold front brings the coldest air this season, and the mountains will see two chances of snow this week.
A rain and snow mix is expected across the Carolinas tomorrow, and there could be accumulating snow across the western Carolinas.
Models are agreeing that a major Arctic Plunge is coming next week to the eastern United States, with temperatures 20-30 degrees below average for the first of December.
I am tracking an upper level disturbance and surface cold front that will bring a band of heavy rain to the Carolinas starting Monday and last through Tuesday morning.
Heavy rain is likely across the Carolinas on Monday and Tuesday as a sharp upper level disturbance moves across the eastern seaboard.