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Posted: 6:48 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
Another round of cold arctic air is moving in to the area and will set the stage for a threat of wintry weather Friday.A high wind warning has been issued for Ashe and Watauga counties through 12 p.m. Thursday. Gusts are expected over 50 mph, which could cause power outages.Temperature will be frigid Thursday night, at 20 degrees in Charlotte, and there may even be temps in the teens in other areas. The weather system is not expected to be a major storm, but computer models show a threat from some type of wintry mix.Light snow and sleet is expected to begin in the mountains Friday morning, with light sleet and freezing rain possible in Charlotte Friday afternoon.Temperatures will stay close to the freezing mark throughout the day Friday.
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