Arctic High Pressure will strengthen over the region tonight, and that means more frigid weather heading into Tuesday morning.  However, winds will ease overnight so that will reduce the impact of the wind chill. Nonetheless, temperatures will fall into the 10s.  

Sunshine and some warming is set for Tuesday. By evening, clouds will increase and a period of freezing rain may take shape for areas along the I-77 corridor into Wednesday night. That said, light icing is possible on roadways, mainly on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. After that, temperatures will warm to above freezing shortly after sunrise. Scattered showers will then ramp up late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. Most showers will end by noon time. 

Quiet weather settles in on Friday. Meanwhile, another round of cold Arctic air seems to arrive for the upcoming weekend.