A Winter Weather advisory is in effect for far north Georgia until 7pm.
In the North GA Mountains.
A Wind Advisory is in effect from 9am to 8pm.
Winds will be 15 to 25mph. Higher gust possible.
The higher elevations between 1500 and 2000 feet could see around an inch of snow accumulating mainly on grassy surfaces overnight to Monday morning. Surface temps will be just above freezing. Most of it will melt as it hits the roads. Temperatures will drop again late tonight. It is possible that all of the lingering moisture will not dry out in time for temperatures to get below freezing. There may be some spots of black ice developing late Monday into early Tuesday in far north Georgia.
That colder air wrapping around, along with some left over moisture, will help to shake a few flurries out of the clouds.
These flurries could occur even into the afternoon and evening with the wrap around moisture and cold air funneling in. After that, we will see a quieter weather pattern for the remainder of the week with colder morning temperatures at or below freezing.
(See the updated weather blog with an in depth look at the winter weather chances.)
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