The low pressure that brought rain, sleet and snow to eastern North Carolina Thursday is heading out to sea. The storm brought a blanket of white to the northern half of the state although rain did wash a lot of it away by Thursday evening. We should see some clearing on Friday as highs reach the middle 40s. Another storm system will be developing off the Southeast coast Saturday afternoon causing rain to develop across the region. The rain will continue Saturday night then taper off by Sunday morning. We may see some light snow or flurries over some inland communities before the storm heads out to sea Sunday afternoon. Cold air will follow the storm early next week.