Temperatures will drop into the upper 50s tonight and it will still be breezy with southwest winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour. These cold temperatures may damage crops or other outdoor vegetation.
We'll have yet another threat of wintry precipitation come Monday morning as things start off around freezing with precipitation expected.
Out on the eastern plains, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Yuma, Cheyenne and Kit Carson Counties as freezing rain and snow will add for unsafe driving conditions.
"After all this clears out, our temperatures will continue to fall on down to the upper 20s and low 30s near the Virginia line", WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said. It's remarkably similar to the snow storm we had on Tuesday, but not quite as intense.
Sunday won't be as breezy, but will feature highs in the upper 30's for another day in a row, along with the weather getting cloudy during the afternoon and evening.
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We're now in the final pre-storm hours before the cold front moves in and the potential for severe storms rises. "Both days will feature highs in the 50s and low 60s, with Sunday being a bit more mild". Snow totals will be between 1 to 2 inches mainly on grassy areas but a few spots in Teller could get closer to 3 inches. Mostly cloudy skies to partly sunny skies will stick around for most of the day with dry conditions.