Sunday’s weather day and your forecast for the weekend

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What to Expect for the Weekend of January 21-22, 2023: January could be one of the 30 wettest months on record, and average temperatures remain above normal, according to data compiled by the North Carolina State Climate Office. After Saturday’s early sunshine, we may be reaching for our rain boots to finish off the weekend. We have another strong day with a chance of showers in the Triad, foothills and mountains on Sunday. Since early 2023, our weather pattern has been bringing a series of fronts along with active atmospheric rivers along the West Coast, bringing moisture to the Carolinas every few days. WEEKEND RAIN AND WHAT TO EXPECT: Your weekend forecast calls for sunshine early Saturday with afternoon clouds and highs in the 40s in Burlington, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Mount Airy and as far away as Boone. East of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the foothills and Piedmont Triad, we expect temperatures above freezing with showers on Sunday. Roads will be wet from Sunday morning until late evening. WEEKEND FORECAST WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA Sunday morning we have a slight chance of wintry weather in the mountains from 4am to noon. While the roads will be warm ahead of the system, we may see some slick spots develop on elevated bridges and overpasses in the High Country of North Carolina and Virginia. The current WXII12 forecast calls for a short period of morning wintry chances, changing to a chance of rain Sunday afternoon in the mountains. The mountains could also see some light snowfall Monday morning with totals of up to 1″ in the lower elevations and totals of 2″+ above 3,500 feet. HOURLY FORECAST FOR CURRENT RAIN AND WINTER Brisk weather is expected Monday through Fri. emont Triad with temperatures above freezing that will begin Monday morning and end with seasonal highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Another day of impact is on the way on Wednesday, January 25, when the chance of rain increases as the next front moves in. Weather Alerts a the seven-day forecast can be found here.

What to expect on the weekend of January 21str-22th2023 year:

January may be one of the 30 wettest months on record, and average temperatures remain above normal, according to data compiled by the North Carolina State Climate Office.

After a sunny start to Saturday, we may be reaching for our rain boots to finish off the weekend. We have another strong day with a chance of showers in the Triad, foothills and mountains on Sunday. Our weather every few days since early 2023 brings a series of fronts along with active atmospheric rivers in the Pacific Northwest that carry moisture into the Carolinas.

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Rain is possible on Sunday

WEEKEND RAINS AND WHAT TO EXPECT:

Your weekend forecast calls for sun early Saturday with afternoon clouds and a low of 40 degrees for highs in Burlington, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Mount Airy and as far as Boone. East of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the foothills and Piedmont Triad, we expect temperatures above freezing with showers on Sunday. Roads will be wet from Sunday morning until late evening.

FORECAST FOR THE WEEKEND

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Forecast of the Piedmont Triad
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Forecast foothills
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Forecast of mountains

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA

Sunday morning we have a slight chance of a wintry mix in the mountains between 4am and noon. While the roads will be warm ahead of the system, we may see some slick spots develop on elevated bridges and overpasses in the High Country of North Carolina and Virginia. The current WXII12 forecast calls for a short period of morning wintry chances, changing to a chance of rain Sunday afternoon in the mountains. The mountains may also get light snowfall in the morning with up to 1 inch in the lower elevations and over 2 inches above 3,500 feet.

possible snowfall total Sunday

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Snowfall totals for Sunday

HOURLY FORECAST OF CURRENT RAIN AND WINTER PROBABILITY

Brisk conditions are expected in the Piedmont Triad on Monday with temperatures above freezing starting Monday morning and ending with seasonal highs in the 40s to 50s. On Wednesday, January 25th, there is another day of exposure as the chance of rain increases as the next front approaches.

Sunday' precipitation forecast

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Rainfall forecast for Sunday
general precipitation forecast for Sunday

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Rainfall forecast for Sunday

Weather alerts and seven-day forecast can be found here.

Sunday’s weather day and your forecast for the weekend

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