Today will feature increasing clouds as high pressure shifts offshore. Look for low-level clouds and possibly even some drizzle to move in this afternoon/evening as winds turn easterly. With temps in the low to mid 30’s today, any drizzle would have to be considered freezing drizzle as temps hang right around the freezing mark. This will be much more of an issue tomorrow but watch out for it today as well. A few slick spots are possible across the coastal plain this evening.
Light snow, sleet, and freezing drizzle impacts most areas tomorrow before heavy rain and high winds Sunday. Cold returns Monday/Tuesday before a snow threat Wednesday.