Greensboro, NC -- If you did not get enough of the snow last week, you have another chance to enjoy a little snow Friday afternoon.
Reinforcing Arctic air is filtering into the Triad today under a mostly sunny sky. So the cold are will be in place for most of the precipitation to be in the form of snow.
The next player will be a weak area of low pressure that will move into the area from the west. The system will provide the moisture necessary to bring snow to the Triad. Moisture will be limited so snow amounts will be light.
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Snowfall amounts of one inch or less for the metro Triad are possible by Friday evening. South of highway 64, there will be mainly a winter mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain. In this area, one half of an inch or less is expected. Up to two inches of snow will fall over southern and southwestern Virginia.
No snow is expected to be falling in the WFMY NEWS 2 viewing area Friday morning. The snow will develop during Friday afternoon and end before midnight.