A warm nose of air will come into play late Saturday and into Sunday as the front moves into to WNC. Depending on how warm this nose is will determine how long WNC sees frozen precipitation. Earlier on in the week models keyed in on the front tongue of precipitation bringing snowfall, but that threat seems have subsided somewhat. There is also a backside component with this storm that could bring snow showers even into Tuesday morning. This will be problematic for higher elevation locations, and we very well could see accumulating snowfall sometime Monday from the backside even around Asheville. So, this morning I preach uncertainty. Prepare for an ice storm around WNC, because freezing rain does look possible. Below is the most recent GFS model run depiction of how much freezing rain could fall. Join me live tonight on the AshevilleWX App at 7pm or on Facebook which will follow shortly!