(WGHP) — The Piedmont Triad might avoid a white weekend as the weather shifts.
Cold weather is certainly coming. Tom Britt is predicting a 17-degree drop in high temperatures from Thursday to Friday.
Rain is going to move through the area Thursday night, and while previous models predicted some snowfall might mix in with that rain, now it looks like east of the mountains won’t be seeing much if any of the white stuff.
Just a mix of wet and maybe a few flurries of snow that’ll taper off around midnight.
After Monday’s snow event, it’s not clear when our next brush with winter will come.
The Department of Transportation isn’t taking any chances and will be working on brining roadways Thursday afternoon in the event of a freeze.
While it’s probably disappointing for some that we won’t wake up to a snowy Friday, it’s probably a relief for most.