The storm center causing the wet or icy weather will move out to sea tonight and colder air will shift south into the Triangle and as the temperature drops to below freezing, there could definitely be slippery travel.
In addition, some light snow to the north of the Triangle will taper off tonight.
Freezing rain continues north of I-85 this morning. Around .10" of ice on trees and elevated surfaces, not enough to cause widespread problems. Temperatures expected to rise above freezing by 9am, then the rain will be ending by late morning to midday. pic.twitter.com/FHUazu6fE1— Steve Stewart (@StewartABC11) January 13, 2019
Big Weather said the temperature recorded at RDU Friday morning was 10 degrees below the average, while Fayetteville was seven degrees below.
Friday morning was the coldest morning of 2019 and the coldest morning in two weeks.
There are winter storm warnings for Alamance, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford and Person counties.
There is a winter weather advisory in place for Chatham, Durham, Granville, Orange, Randolph, Vance and Warren counties.
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Winter weather possible tonight into tomorrow morning for north and west of the Triangle. Possible ice accrual of up to .10" in counties shaded in Purple. Person county could see up to .10" - .20" of ice. so slick spots more likely there and areas west. pic.twitter.com/a29yConIS0— Steve Stewart (@StewartABC11) January 12, 2019
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Precipitation will wind down Sunday afternoon as light rain or drizzle, and with temperatures near 40, travel issues in the Triangle should be limited to wet roads.
There is a slight chance for some light snow or flurries late Monday as the system moves away and colder air returns, but big accumulations are not expected at this time.