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Could we get more snow? Flurries, maybe.

Jan. 20. UPDATED. It *may* snow—or sleet a little—Thursday night, but not enough to stick, according to the National Weather Service forecast for Cornelius.

UPDATE: Due to the weather forecast, CMS leaders have declared Friday, Jan. 21 to be a remote instruction day.

Friday will be a seriously cold day—only 29 degrees—and a 50 percent chance of snow showers, but the weather system is more to our east.

New snow accumulation of less than a half inch is possible from mid/late morning Friday into early Saturday, according to the NWS.

. Click here for the 7-day outlook.

Thursday: Morning rain, high 46 and breezy. Low 26 overnight.

Friday: Possible light snow, high near 29, gusts up to 20 mph.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, high near 36. Overnight low around 20.

Sunday: Sunny, high near 43. Overnight low around 23.

Gov. Roy Cooper has signed a state of emergency in advance of the second winter storm to move through the state in a week.