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By Tim Armstrong, National Weather Service Meteorologist

The chances of measurable snow remain low this evening and are focused mainly across Southeastern North Carolina.  Some snow and sleet has already been reported from Robeson and Bladen counties in North Carolina, with no accumulation.

Several nights of freezing temperatures this week will probably be the bigger story for those with agricultural interests, and a freeze warning has been issued for all but the immediate coast.