The NWS in Raleigh has jumped on this and issued Winter Weather advisories for all the surrounding counties to our East and North and I expect ours (Greenville-Spartanburg) to follow suit shortly.
My thoughts: We will be on the western fringe, of the heavier band, so precip will be less and arrive early afternoon, Rain changing to snow around 5 and accumulating approx 2", primarily on grassy/elevated surfaces. Once it starts to rain, the temperature will drop as the column cools, so it's a very tricky scenario. If the precip arrives later, better odds of accumulation and vice-verse. I think a small area to our East will get lucky and find themselves with ~5 inches on the ground. With temps falling into the 20's tomorrow night, roads will freeze if any slush builds up.
If tomorrow is a bust, don't worry - only a prelude to the next few weeks. Stay tuned...