RALEIGH – National Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Ellis says Orange County could see two to four inches of snow from this system.

“The heaviest snow should be in the evening hours before midnight,” Ellis says. “After midnight, things will begin to taper off as the system moves to the east. Certainly by sunrise Wednesday, we should see no more precipitation in the Triangle.”

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He says even once the snow moves out of the area, the dangers don’t leave with it.

“It’s be done tomorrow morning, but then we start again with the really cold temperatures,” Ellis says. “We’ll have to watch snow melt that may refreeze for the next morning and just staying warm and avoiding any situations where you’re outside for any long period of time.”