Spring has officially started, but the weather is still frigid in many parts of the country.
The second cold snap in less than a week has caused temperatures to drop below freezing, prompting freeze warnings and watches for various areas.
The Triad region is among the affected areas, with temperatures in the upper twenties to lower thirties.
However, milder temperatures are expected to return by tomorrow afternoon, with a late-week warm-up bringing temperatures close to 80 degrees.
Much of the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee, and parts of Texas and the Gulf Coast are under freeze warnings due to the cold Canadian air mass moving through the South.
Wall-to-wall sunshine is expected today, but there may be a few passing clouds.
Overall, winds are light, and temperatures will likely reach the lower fifties.
Coastal wet weather is also expected in some areas, but most of the rain will stay offshore.
Warmer temperatures are expected to continue into next week, along with some opportunities for wet weather.