GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The first winter storm of the season is coming to an end.

A few flakes of snow will be possible as we head through the early evening hours tonight, but no significant additional accumulation is expected.The sky will clear out through the night, with lows falling into the low to mid 20's. Once you factor in the breeze, it'll feel like it's in the teens well into Sunday morning. We'll see plenty of sunshine thought he day Sunday with highs in the upper 30s. That'll help to get rid of a lot, but not all, of the snow and ice.

A few slick spots on the roads will be possible into Sunday. Whatever moisture left on the roads tonight will re-freeze overnight as temperatures plummet into the 20s. The icy road conditions aren't expected to be widespread, but there may be slick spots, so be careful if you need to get out on the roads.

This colder, drier air will stick around for a good while into the rest of the week.

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