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Most of the ABC11 viewing area saw at least a snowflake or two. Some areas to the south and west got a light coating to an inch, mostly on grassy surfaces.
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Clouds broke for afternoon sunshine as the storm headed off the coast and skies cleared out.
A major storm will begin to take shape late on Monday and will strengthen as it tracks north along the East Coast through Wednesday.
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The storm will be in its early stages when it tracks near the Carolinas and will bring some rain to Raleigh starting on Monday afternoon with the better chance of steadier rain on Monday night.
Dry air will move in on Tuesday behind the storm system and will bring an end to the rain. The storm will also send a shot of cold air deep into the Southeast. Highs will only be in the mid-to-upper 40s on Wednesday and Thursday with lows in the low-to-mid-20s.
Warmth will try to build back in at the end of the week with a chance for some rain by the weekend.