Today will be cold with increasing clouds and breezy winds, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.
Highs will be around 32 degrees.
Overnight, it will be mostly cloudy ahead of a weakening, but fast-moving weather system called a clipper that will move southeast across the area, bringing a chance of snow starting a few hours after midnight. Lows will be around 22 degrees.
Clipper systems are fast-moving systems that usually organize in Canada then dip south and east, often bringing an inch or two of snow and high winds before moving out of the area.
Snow will be likely beginning soon before dawn on Sunday.
Sunday will be snowy, with snow being likely until this afternoon, though there will still be a chance of snow until dark. The NWS said that there could be between one to two inches of snow accumulation.
A winter advisory warning is in effect for tomorrow until at least 4:00 p.m.
Clouds will decrease Sunday night, though they will increase again before dawn on Monday.
Highs will be around 30 degrees on Sunday, and lows will be around 16 degrees.
Monday will be warmer and windy, with highs around 40 degrees.
Monday night, there will be a cold front that will move through, bringing a chance of snow after midnight which will continue through dawn on Tuesday.
Lows will be around 28 degrees.