Potential for Winter Precipitation Tomorrow & Saturday | Beaufort County Now | Low pressure is expected to slowly track off the Carolina coast tomorrow, bringing a threat of coastal flooding and a rain/snow mix for inland areas mainly along and north of Highway 70.

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Potential for Winter Precipitation Tomorrow & Saturday

Press Release:

    Our office is currently monitoring an approaching cold front that has the potential to bring a mix of freezing precipitation to our area over the next 36 hrs. Please see the email below and attached briefing from the National Weather Service for details.

    Their next update is scheduled for 8am tomorrow morning. We will continue to pass information along as we receive.

    Low pressure is expected to slowly track off the Carolina coast tomorrow, bringing a threat of coastal flooding and a rain/snow mix for inland areas mainly along and north of Highway 70. The highest threat window is overnight Friday into Saturday. Any snowfall accumulation should be light and be confined to grassy areas. Roads should remain wet.

    The attached map says accumulations under an inch, but we currently don't expect any snowfall amounts exceeding half an inch. For a more probabilistic look, please refer to our winter weather page HERE.

    View the full PDF file HERE.


  • Chris Newkirk
  • Deputy Director
  • Beaufort County Emergency Services
  • 1420 Highland Dr
  • Washington, N.C. 27889
  • Office: (252) 940-6511
  • Cell: (252) 378-5352
  • Chris.Newkirk@co.beaufort.nc.us

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