STORMTRACK 3: Winter Weather Advisories in effect for several counties
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY)– A warm, spring-like air mass remains in place through early Monday. A strong cold front will push through the area Monday afternoon, bringing a chance of rain/thunderstorms and rapidly falling temperatures. By Monday evening, colder air could mingle with residual moisture behind the front. This could lead to a few hours of light freezing rain/sleet in parts of southeastern NC.
This is not a "classic" set-up for big snowstorms in southeastern NC, and initially warm ground surface temperatures will limit frozen accumulation. However, spots North of Wilmington could see a light dusting. As a result, a Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect for Robeson, Bladen, Pender, Duplin, and Onslow counties from 6 PM Monday through early Tuesday morning.
Much higher snow totals could occur north of Raleigh, where Winter Storm Watches will be in effect.
Dry weather returns temporarily Tuesday, but temperatures will remain chilly.
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