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The National Weather Service said in its morning briefing the overall forecast for a winter storm this weekend is trending warmer and less severe precipitation impacts are expected.

There is high confidence the event will occur and there is moderate confidence regarding snow and ice amounts as well as impacts.
Wintry weather and its impacts are possible late Saturday through Monday with the heaviest precipitation expected to fall early Sunday morning through about mid-day.
Light snow accumulation appears possible north and west of Raleigh with amounts ranging from a dusting to as much as 2 inches, the highest possibly near the Virginia border.
Freezing rain accumulations are possible mainly north and west of Raleigh with amounts ranging from a trace to as much as 2/10ths with the highest amounts possible north of Interstate 85 and the Triad.
Travel could be impacted by light snow or ice accumulations, especially north and west of Raleigh.