There is a winter storm warning from lunchtime Saturday to Monday Monday for western North Carolina. Significant snow and winter mixing are expected in these areas, with most of which look 10-18 inches – but the snow figures can vary greatly in mixed terrain.
Governor Cooper addressed the state at noon.
A winter storm bell is in effect for Upstate until Monday.
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The forecast for the weekend is still quite complicated with precipitation gradually spreading over the mountains Saturday morning with a mixture of mostly rain but a little light snow and
The heaviest precipitation is expected late Saturday to the evening on Sunday with snow as expected for most in the mountains, with a blend for the western western counties and even some in Madison County. The snow figures vary widely in place, but for the areas of winter storm warning, most people should normally expect 1
0-18 “snow, with insulated amounts up to 24”.
Most models now show that the snow and rain will end early Monday, but some are still possible until the beginning of Monday afternoon.
The forecast continues to evolve over the next 12 hours and there are still a lot of variations with this storm. Stay with News 13 for the latest forecast and live coverage.
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