The National Weather Service says a little light snow is possible Friday night.
Light accumulations less than an inch, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces, should have minimal impact. Greatest amounts in the I-85 corridor from Burlington northeast.
Travel is not likely to be impacted, however some slick spots on bridges and elevated roadways are possible.
Light accumulations of less than an inch are possible, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces west of U.S. Route 1. The greatest
amounts will be in the I-85 corridor from Burlington northeast.
As always, Vance County Emergency Management Director Brian Short will keep us up to date. He said, “They are continuing to forecast some light snow for our area tomorrow evening. No significant accumulations or impacts are expected.”
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