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NWS Winter Storm Warning (Surry County)

Current Conditions
North Surry

Temp: 40.9°F
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North Surry , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 4:28PM

Ice Storm Tonight-Wednesday

Rain and freezing rain will arrive this evening and continue on Wednesday. Significant accumulations of ice are possible, near or exceeding a tenth of an inch. Please see our forecast map of ice impacts over the local area. We should be above-freezing by late afternoon Wednesday. Thereafter, off-and-on rain continues right on through the end of the workweek and into the upcoming weekend.


Hi: 43 Lo: 30

Thickening clouds with rain developing toward evening; The rain will be mixed with sleet & snow at times, changing to freezing rain overnight; Light NE wind

Hi: 35 Lo: 35

Freezing rain changing to rain during the afternoon; Cold; Light NE wind

Hi: 58 Lo: 44

Cloudy with spotty light rain; Milder; Light & variable wind

Hi: 48 Lo: 40

You guessed it... Cloudy with more rain; Cooler

Hi: 48 Lo: 45

Yes again, Periods of rain

Further Out

Sunday - Early rain ending; Some clearing with a noticeably milder afternoon; High in the upper 60s; Low in the mid 30s
Monday - Lots of sunshine; Increasing cloudiness Monday night; High in the upper 50s; Low in the mid 30s

Forecast Discussion

Low-pressure is organizing in the western Gulf Coast region while a cold high pressure system shifts into the Northeast on Wednesday. Overrunning moisture coming over the cold dome of high pressure that is now wedged alongside the Appalachians will generate rain this evening, mixed with sleet and snow before changing to all freezing rain overnight.

We get above freezing by late Wednesday afternoon changing freezing rain to rain. A semi-stationary frontal zone will be fixed in place for several days, keeping waves of rain going into the upcoming weekend.

When do we get out of this muck? The front should get a decent push on Sunday, so that we may be able to salvage at least the end of the weekend. It would also appear that we will get a big upward surge in temperatures if we clear out in time Sunday afternoon.


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