GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The winter storm is moving away from the North Carolina coast.
Arctic high pressure will remain over the area through Thursday. Temperatures will warm over the weekend as a cold front approaches and brings a chance of rain Sunday and Monday.
It will be mostly sunny this afternoon with a high near 30. Under a mainly clear sky, light winds, and snow cover, temperatures will fall to near 10. Some outlying areas and points south and east of the Triad may have single-digit lows. Thursday will be sunny with a high of 36. Friday will be partly cloudy with a high of 47.
Temperatures will continue to moderate over the weekend as clouds increase. The high will be 56 on Saturday and 52 on Sunday. An approaching cold front will bring a chance of rain Sunday and Monday. It is possible that the front could stall just south of the area and keep a chance of rain in the Piedmont into Tuesday. Highs Monday and Tuesday will be in the upper 40s.