The National Weather Service has expanded a Winter Weather Advisory westward, and it now includes Vance and Granville Counties. Warren and Franklin Counties also remain in the advised area.
The latest update also indicates a slight westward shift in the “up to an inch” category for the snowfall forecast.
Black ice will be possible on roads and walkways Thursday and Friday (mornings especially) across the parts of central North Carolina that receive snow accumulation.
Regarding cold temperatures: Expect temperatures to remain below freezing across most of central North Carolina right through Sunday morning.
The heaviest snow continues to be forecast for the area east of I-95.