Snow, sleet and freezing rain are possible in Eastern Carolina Friday. As of Thursday morning, the forecast shows accumulations between a dusting to an inch in most parts of Eastern Carolina. A few places could receive higher amounts. The wintry precipitation is expected during the day Friday.
High pressure will keep Sunday's skies clear, however temperatures will remain cool despite the increased sunshine. Highs will struggle to get past the low 60s. Winds will be blustery, coming from the northeast with gusts ranging from 10 to 20 mph. Along the coast winds will be strong and range from 25-30 mph. Gale warnings have been issued and will be in effect through Monday afternoon.
We will cloud up again come Monday as a frontal system backs in to the area, bringing with it a chance of rain. The chance of rain is high for coastal locations and low further inland.