WINTER STORM LEAVES NC ROADS TREACHEROUS FOR DAYS TO COME: "There could be an additional inch of snow, and this is toward [Monday] morning as an upper-level system that is to our north and west moves in, " Maze said. "There could be some light icing." The Triangle has a 55 percent chance of getting more than an inch, he said, and the probability drops to about 25 percent in Fayetteville. The system should clear out of the Triangle by Monday afternoon, but precipitation could linger to the southeast into the evening, Maze said. The greater threat for black ice comes Tuesday, Wednesday and even Thursday morning, when temperatures are forecast to be in the 20s, he said. "We're concerned about that hard freeze come Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, because you know there will still be a lot of moisture left on the roads," he said.