RALEIGH, N.C. -- We ended the week with sunshine on Friday, but there's not much sun in the weekend forecast.
- Clouds will increase into Saturday morning
- Precipitation will develop Saturday night
- Precipitation should tapper off Sunday afternoon
The high pressure that gave us those clear skies on Friday will move away from North Carolina through the night. Clouds will increase into Saturday morning as low pressure moves toward the region. During the night we'll remain precipitation free.
More clouds move in on Saturday with dry weather expected along with chilly daytime highs.
Precipitation will develop Saturday night into early Sunday morning. Most of our area should see all rain. However, from the I-85 corridor, north and west, we are expecting snow and sleet changing to freezing rain. There may be some accumulation of snow and ice in this area and that could impact travel on Sunday.
Precipitation should tapper off Sunday afternoon into Sunday night.
This is an evolving winter weather situation and the forecast could change. Stay with Spectrum News for your latest local forecast.