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Freezing rain possible on Monday; scattered showers expected

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The best place to see freezing rain will be north and west of the Triad. After 8 a.m. Monday, temperatures will climb into the mid-to-upper-30s and the small freezing rain threat will end.

During the day on Monday, look for scattered showers with highs in the low-40s. Clouds and drizzle will stick around on Monday night with overnight lows in the mid-30s.

During the day on Tuesday, temperatures will fall. So there’s a chance the drizzle will turn into freezing drizzle. Moisture will continue to linger across the region on Wednesday.

With temperatures below freezing on Wednesday morning, there could be some freezing drizzle. By Wednesday afternoon, temperatures will climb above freezing and the moisture will move out. Highs on Wednesday will be in the mid-30s.

Another wave of moisture will travel across the Southeast on Thursday. And with morning temperatures again below freezing, freezing drizzle could be possible Thursday morning. By Thursday afternoon, temperatures will climb into the low-40s with light rain in the area.

Finally, the clouds will begin to move out on Thursday night. Friday afternoon will be sunny with lows in the mid-20s and Friday afternoon highs in the mid-40s.