A winter storm will affect the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill areas of North Carolina with snow into early Wednesday.
Enough snow will fall and will cause disruptions to daily activities and travel through midweek, even though the storm will head out to sea on Wednesday.
The storm will hit the I-95 corridor of the Carolinas the hardest but will extend throughout I-40 and I-85 in North Carolina.
Temperatures will dip into the teens early Wednesday morning and will not reach the freezing mark Wednesday.
There is some good news for folks who dislike the cold, wintry weather.
Snow and ice patches will melt late in the week as high temperatures trend upward into the 50s.
However, motorists and pedestrians are advised to be cautious as areas made wet during the day may turn icy at night.
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Severe thunderstorms and flooding left a trail of damage across the central and southern United States during the final days of April.
It will feel like the calendar has been turned back to winter instead of moving ahead to May as disruptive snow continues to sweep across the midwestern United States through Monday.
Severe thunderstorms capable of causing property damage and flooding will continue to target communities from the southeastern United States to the Ohio Valley into Sunday night.
The temperature roller coaster ride in the northeastern United States will continue on Monday, setting the stage for severe thunderstorms over a part of the region.
After a dry and mild dry across the country on Sunday, rain and cooler air will return by May Day.
Despite flooding rain from this weekend departing by Monday, rivers across the central United States will continue to rise and threaten homes and residents this week.
While the recent cold snap will be over, bouts of rain will persist and threaten to disrupt outdoor plans across the United Kingdom during the bank holiday.
Dangerous thunderstorms and flash flooding will continue to threaten lives and property across the central United States through Saturday night.