Cold air brings chance of snow to Triangle again

From staff reportsMarch 24, 2014 

— The winter that has worn out its welcome will bring cold to the Triangle yet again along with rain and an outside chance of a few snowflakes Tuesday morning.

National Weather Service forecasters said computer models disagree about just where the line between early snow and all rain will be, but they agree there is at least an even chance everyone will see afternoon rain.

If there is snow, there will be little or no accumulation, the forecasters said, labeling it a “nuisance event.”

Overnight lows Monday will go into the 30s and probably be just barely cold enough for wet snow as a low-pressure system that will be zipping up the coast causes precipitation.

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