The latest: Weather models show increased chance of snow this weekend

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The latest weather models are showing an increased chance of snow in the Triad this weekend.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued and is expected to end Saturday afternoon. Temperatures are expected to drop throughout the day as precipitation begins to fall.

The warm ground will help keep roads mostly wet, but, when the precip falls hard it may slush up some of the roads as it falls faster than it can melt. The warmth should prevent roads from remaining slippery for a long period of time.

Elevated objects (picnic tables, decks, tall grass, etc.) could see some accumulation overnight.

Byrd says the threat index is only a 2 1/2 out of ten.

At this moment, the most likely scenario for the Triad area is about an inch to two inches of snow.

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