GREENSBORO, N.C. -- After what was a great second half of the weekend and a fairly decent Monday the chance of precipitation has returned to the Triad.
Scattered showers will move across the Triad Monday night and into the first half of the day on Tuesday. A cold front will eventually sweep through the Triad around midday Tuesday allowing drier air to begin to move in. This will result in increasing sunshine Tuesday afternoon as temperatures warm back into the upper 50s.
Rainfall totals through Tuesday will likely be around a quarter of an inch.
By Wednesday morning another system will already be knocking on our doorsteps. A fast moving and relatively dry storm system currently over the northern tier states will track southeast over the next couple of days. As the system approaches from the northwest it advertizes to bring the Triad a 40% chance of precipitation. The initial onset of precipitation could be rain, but there is beginning to be more of a consensus that the rain will transition over to all snow before the precipitation clears out.
While the system as a whole will not have that much moisture associated with it, WFMY News 2 Meteorologists believe that it is entirely possible for some places to receive a light dusting of snow through Wednesday evening. This chance of a dusting primarily exists across the immediate Triad and to the north and west.
Continue to check back with WFMY News 2 for more updates over the next couple of days.
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