Freezing rain advisory expires
RALEIGH (WTVD) -- The National Weather Service allowed a freezing rain advisory to expire Monday as there were few reports of problems.
Because of the advisory, Wake, Durham, and Orange County schools were operating on a three-hour delay Monday morning. Other districts opted for a two-hour delay.
ABC11 meteorologist Don Schwenneker said temperatures were headed higher Monday. Readings will peak near or a bit above 50° in the Triangle.
There's a chance of dense fog Monday night ahead of dramatically warmer air surging into our region tomorrow and Wednesday.
Temperatures will be well up into the 60s on Tuesday and there near 70 on Wednesday.
Later Wednesday, a powerful cold front is headed our way that'll bring showers and possibly strong thunderstorms.
The new cold air mass later this week will not be quite as cold as the Arctic air we've seen in recently. There will be plenty of sunshine on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, a weak front will pass with some clouds, but only a small chance of any precipitation.
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