A front extending from northern Florida and off the Carolina coast will hang around through Saturday, and a secondary cold front with colder and drier air will push across the Carolinas from the northwest on Friday, the weather service predicts.
Less than an inch of snow is expected to accumulate north of Raleigh, and there's a possibility of a dusting of snow near Burlington and northeast to the Virginia border, according to the weather service.
The initial band of rain showers with the front will move through eastern North Carolina early Wednesday morning.
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Wednesday's highs will likely come in the morning.
Parts of the state's Piedmont could see snow mix in with the rain at times Friday.
Temperatures will hold in the 40s for most of Thursday and Friday with the off-and-on rain.
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A slight risk of a wintry mix exists across far inland areas late Friday night and early Saturday.
Highs will only top out in the lower 40s with good rain chances throughout the day. Any accumulation would be light and mostly on grassy surfaces.
Area roads will stay wet as they are too warm to accumulate snow, therefore travel late Friday night and early Saturday morning should not be hazardous. Morning lows will drop to low and mid 30s Saturday and to the upper 20s Sunday.
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