Snow ends early Thursday, then there's afternoon sunshine and cold conditions

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This means any wet or slushy surfaces will freeze so we'll need to be mindful of slippery spots for travel later tonight into Friday morning. In the Boston area we could see a couple of flurries for the hour or two after sunrise, but generally this is not anything more than a cloudy period for the rest of us.

On the backside of the storm we'll experience clearing skies but also gusty winds. The pattern of cold air and snow showers returns by the middle of next week.

Friday will be the coldest morning of the season so far.

Scattered snow showers are possible today and this afternoon but little to no accumulation is expected. Friday we clear out during the morning before an additional chance of snow slides through Friday night.

The net result of this system will be to keep cold air across the region for the weekend when temperatures will struggle towards freezing. Once the next system exits, temperatures cool back down for Wednesday.

Pee Dee temperatures
Grand Strand temperatures Pee Dee temperatures Milder Thursday

Tomorrow (Thursday): Temperatures moderate just a bit, with highs heading for the upper 30s to low 40s.

Temperatures will be mild enough Sunday to see rain mix with the snow.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest updates. Partly cloudy skies overnight will allow temperatures to plummet into the single digits, then clouds will increase once again tomorrow morning. Saturday-night lows dip to the mid-20s to near 30. Low 8-18, warmest Cape and Islands.

Elsewhere across the United Kingdom sub-zero temperatures are also forecast, with more wintry showers in parts by the end of the week.

Saturday: Sun and clouds.

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