An upper level disturbance is expected to move across the southeast United States this weekend, which will help an area of low pressure to develop with along the Gulf of Mexico.
Moisture is expected to move northward, and could bring wintry weather to parts of the Carolinas.
There are plenty of questions and very few answers this evening. The system is still off the Pacific Ocean, so the system has not been sampled appropriately. The exact track of the system and the amount of cold air is still in question.
The National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center has placed most of the mountains and portions of the foothills under a 50-70% chance of wintry weather between 7 a.m. Saturday through 7 a.m. Monday. Outside the mountains, there is a 30-50% chance of wintry weather. This means that wintry weather is possible this weekend.
Right now, it is important to monitor the weather forecast. I am continuing to monitor the situation and will keep you updated as confidence increases.