Snow ending west to east late Monday afternoon through early evening in the Triad

Snow will be ending west to east late Monday afternoon through early evening. Snowfall has been heaviest in the north where four to six inches fell in the counties bordering Virginia and a general two to four inches across the northern Triad. Snowfall was around one to two inches across the southern Triad. Areas south of Asheboro generally had a trace to less than one inch.

Skies will clear Monday night with lows in the upper 20s. Watch for areas of slush and some refreezing tonight. In the north, where snow was deeper, there are more roads that are snow-covered and slushy. Conditions will improve mid-morning on Tuesday when the sun hits the slush and temperatures warm back above freezing.

Dry weather is in the forecast for the rest of the week until a small chance for showers, 30 percent, on Friday. Highs will be chilly, in the 40s, the next few days with lows in the upper 20s. Moderating temperatures back to the 50s on Thursday and Friday.

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