Deep South Snow Expected Friday from Parts of Louisiana to North Carolina

Cold, Gloomy, Soggy Wednesday-Friday!

Cold, Gloomy, Soggy Wednesday-Friday!

Road temperatures should stay above freezing - but, caution should be exercised as you are out and about. "When you combine the rain with the cold and breezy weather, we are going to have a very raw weather day".

Starting Friday, rain will become likely...mixing with sleet around sunrise as the precipitation moves into the area and moistens up a relatively dry low-level airmass via evaporative cooling. This means rain will begin to mix with snow and this could cause traveling to become more hard.

At this point, little to no accumulation is expected for most areas since most of this event would be rain and our temperatures would be above freezing.

IMPACTS: Wet roads are a near certainty, but icy travel remains unlikely except for areas where snow actually accumulates. One of the potential problems Friday night will be the possibility of icy patches as temperatures fall into the mid 20s. Then, we'll slowly see the clouds move out through the day. Temperatures are expected to remain just above freezing while the snow falls, which will prevent significant accumulations, but some light accumulations will be possible primarily on grassy and elevated surfaces. Highs will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.

Sunshine returns for the weekend. For most of us, this will be a cold rain.

A stout cold front passed through Acadiana this afternoon. It should come through Monday night and will not bring any rain.

He says high temperatures will only be in the mid 40s, but it will feel like the 30s with the wind chill.

The models are still not completely sure of how much we will see in the form of frozen precipitation.

The rainy weather will continue Thursday and daytime temperatures are only supposed to climb to 47 degrees.

"We will be left with mostly cloudy skies".