- It will remain sunny and quiet Tuesday afternoon, with temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s east of the mountains
- Neighborhoods between I-85 and I-40 and into the mountains may see freezing drizzle before temperatures rise tonight
- Some local school districts announced delays Wednesday because of the threat of freezing rain [FULL LIST: School delays]
- After a wind shift, clouds will quickly fill in Tuesday evening and after midnight spotty drizzle will break out
- A winter weather advisory is in effect for the mountains until noon Wednesday
- A steadier rain pushes in after midnight and is mostly done by the end of the morning drive Thursday
- The weekend is expected to remain dry
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- Winter weather watch, warning and advisory: What's the difference?
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- Life hacks: How to remove snow when you don’t have shovels
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