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The Weather Channel keeping an eye on a possible storm late week

A storm system pushing into the Northwest on Monday will track across the country through late this week.
Light snow and rain from this system will reach the central U.S. by Wednesday, but this precipitation should only be a nuisance in most areas.
From there, this system might spread rain across the South Thursday into Friday. Snow or a mix of rain and snow is possible on its northern fringe through the Ohio Valley eastward to parts of Virginia and western and northern North Carolina.
Rain and snowfall amounts from this system should be light in most areas Wednesday into early Friday, as depicted in our outlook below.
By later Friday and Saturday, this system will cause an intensifying area of low pressure to form off the East Coast. The track of that low as of right now is forecast to remain far enough offshore to keep most of its significant rain, snow and wind impacts out to sea.
However, it’s too soon to rule out a more impactful track that is closer to the coast.

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