A cold front is expected to bring accumulating snow to the mountains and valleys this week and below average temperatures from the mountains to the beaches.
Another large storm system is expected to bring light freezing rain and freezing drizzle Wednesday morning for parts of the Carolinas before changing to very heavy rain Wednesday Night through Thursday Morning.
Rain will be returning to the Carolinas on Wednesday and Thursday as another storm system moves across the United States this week.
A Super Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse will occur Sunday Night lasting into Monday Morning across the United States.
Another storm system will bring, you guess it, more rain to the Carolinas this weekend; however, the major story will be the cold temperatures that arrive following the front passage.
Snow and sleet will be likely Saturday Evening before transitioning to freezing rain during the overnight hours for parts of the Carolinas. Travel is expected to be impacted and power outages will also be possible Sunday.
A wintry mix is expected across the Carolinas starting Saturday Night and Sunday Morning; however, there is still higher than normal uncertainty due to changes in the track of the low pressure.
Tuesday featured well above average temperatures; however, a cold front is bringing dramatically cooler temperatures for Wednesday and this upcoming weekend. This weekend, a system is expected to move into the southeast, which means wintry weather is possible Saturday and Sunday.