Highway crews treated roads Saturday across SC in advance of a storm system that could bring light icing to parts of the York County area Sunday morning.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from 4 a.m. until 10 a.m. Sunday for the Triad area, according to the National Weather Service.
Beware of icy conditions Sunday as snow and sleet changes over to a period of freezing rain.
Sunday's rain will clear out Monday morning and temperatures will reach a high of 34 degrees, before dipping to 25 at night, according to the NWS. It would only last a few hours, then all rain would take over by around 10 AM. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving. The high is expected to be 20 degrees with a daytime wind chill of -11. Snow totals should be larger with this storm with current forecasts targeting the 3-6 inch range.
Forecasters say Monday will be sunny with a high near 36 degrees. The best chance for accumulating snow through the early afternoon will be over the ridge and valley region, Franklin County including South Mountain, and areas north of Harrisburg.
An area of low pressure will quickly sweep across Iowa into IL during the day Monday, spreading a swath of accumulating snow across the entire area.