Cloudy skies will continue through Saturday evening with snow and ice arriving after midnight and close to sunrise on Sunday. Temperatures will fall into the 20s and lower 30s at the coldest point of the night.

Sunday will be a day you should stay off the roads as much as possible. Significant ice is forecast where winter storm warnings are out for central North Carolina with lighter amounts in areas under winter weather advisories.

Click here for more on Sunday's winter storm that could bring dangerous travel conditions and power outages.

Temperatures will warm up above freezing late in the morning, transitioning us out of ice and into heavy rain, which should help melt some of the snow and ice from the morning. Gusty winds and any ice that had accumulated on tree branches and power lines will make for scattered power outages Sunday afternoon.

Make sure to have your emergency items ready now. Here are some ways to prepare for the storm.

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