Snow and sleet are likely Monday. Here’s when to expect it and how much.

Sunday’s rain is expected to become Monday’s sleet and snow.

It’s now even more likely that central North Carolina will see a wintry mix of light snow and sleet accumulation on Monday, the National Weather Service reported Sunday.

The weather will start off as rain early Monday — from a third to a full inch of rainfall across central North Carolina.

An increased probability of temperatures right at freezing for up to a few hours on Monday afternoon and evening during the rain could freeze that precipitation and lead to about an inch of snow and sleet accumulation over parts of the northern Piedmont, mainly north and west of Interstate 85.

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