Southern Snow Brings Few Flurries to NGA Mountains-WEATHER BLOG | News
Don't rush out for milk and bread! There is only a slim chance of a few flurries in the north Georgia mountains Sunday evening. This light rain that is ending over the area will move out at the same time some colder air moves in. That colder air will squeeze out any remaining moisture from those clouds in the form of some light rain mixing in at times with a few flurries. Those flurries will only occur in the higher elevations of the north Georgia mountains. Even in the mountains, the temperature profiles are only marginal for the chance for some flurries. If any do fall at all, we aren't expecting any accumulations.
The picture above shows the potential snow accumulations for areas just to our north. East Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia and parts of North Carolina will see some snow accumulations. Some areas will have as much as 2 to 3 inches.
Here in the metro area, we will watch the light rain move out and skies begin to clear tonight. The colder air will move in with winds from the northwest at 10-15mph. We will feel the temperatures drop overnight to around 34 degrees by the time the sun comes up on Monday. That will be about 5 degrees below the average low for this time of year. Our high will also be a little below average. Monday's high will be 56. Our average high for Feb. 20th is 58 degrees.
We will warm again with highs on Tuesday back to the low 60s. We will also have more clouds building in Tuesday. Then a few quick moving waves will move through the area Wednesday through Friday to give us some off and on showers for the middle and end of the week.