The Triad's first real snowfall of the season arrived on Friday afternoon.
Flurries and light snow started after 3 p.m. Friday and started to accumulate in the evening. Travel is discouraged for tonight and tomorrow, especially on secondary roads.
FOX8 MAX Weather Chief Meteorologist Van Denton said the foothills will see three to four inches of snow. Winston-Salem is expected to see five to six inches, while Greensboro and High Point will likely see six to eight inches. Asheboro will see six to seven inches of snow and Burlington will see about eight inches of snow, Denton said.
In addition, a Winter Storm Warning has been issued and is in effect until 7 p.m. Saturday.
Temperatures are expected to hover around freezing until Tuesday, so roads could be slick.