Weathercast: Cooler temps all week, chance of snow Wednesday

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Snow picks up across the area Tuesday evening after sunset into Wednesday.

Once the winter weather threat this weekend passes, "it looks like things will start to turn a little milder for us", Pydynowski said. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the Triad.

"Snow showers are expected to move in overnight, with 4-7" of accumulation expected in Augusta and Rockingham counties and higher amounts are forecast in the northern valley.

Rising temperatures today helped shift the remains of any snow left over from the weekend.

Impacts: Plowable snow, wind gusts 45-55mph (especially along the coastline), hard travel Wed PM, minor/moderate coastal flooding for early Thurs AM high tide (around 3:15am). There may be a few scattered showers with snow or sleet mixed in with no accumulation.

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Thursday will be a blustery day with times of clouds and sunshine. Lows Tuesday night will fall into the upper 20s/low 30s, while highs Wednesday will only be the 30s. Our high temperatures will be in the lower to mid 40s.

"We've got snow down in north Georgia, snow in the mountains, snow in the Triad and triangle area", Panovich said.

"There will be a spell of heavier and more persistent rain overnight into Friday, by Friday morning the rain will be more patchy over eastern England still with a brisk southerly". Sunday will be a cloudy day and we could have a bit of a wintry mix.

Thursday night, the low is expected to slip to around 40, the weather service said. "So we're going back to the old before we can continue on with the warmer stuff", said Chris Davis, assistant manager. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40s.