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There is an increasing confidence in a winter storm producing accumulating snow and sleet across the eastern Carolinas. Wintry precipitation is expected to develop late Wednesday morning, and persist through Wednesday night. Accumulating snow of 1-3” is possible on all surfaces, some sleet is possible as well.
This will likely create hazardous travel Wednesday afternoon through Wednesday night. There remains considerable uncertainty into snow amounts as some mixing is likely, and the track of the low pressure could waver.
Forecast updates will create changes to accumulations, both in amounts and location. The next winter storm briefing will be issued by 10 AM Tuesday.
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