System arriving today...

>> Tuesday, March 05, 2013

See today's video for all of the details about our incoming storm system...

The big storm system that we've been watching for seemingly forever arrives today. Showers will spread through the Carolinas today, and then we will likely have a band of heavier rain this evening with a few storms possible too.

Up in the mountains, a brief bit of sleet or freezing rain is possible this morning before rain takes over today. Tonight, as colder air crashes in, some heavy snow will settle into many mountains areas. Winter Storm Warnings are up for many mountains counties.

This will be a big-time snowstorm for northern Virginia and much of West Virginia, and it looks like some pretty good snow could make it up into at least parts of the Northeast as well. 

For NC, some snow showers look possible near and north of I-40 late tonight and into tomorrow morning, and I could envision a dusting in a couple of spots. However, significant snow accumulations do not look likely. 

It will be quite windy as this low pressure deepens tomorrow....piedmont winds could gust over 40mph at times, and the winds will be considerably higher in the mountains. 


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