As more rain showers move in, there's a slight chance some Georgia residents could see snow Wednesday afternoon, according to FOX 5 Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Ken Cook.
Rain is expected to continue throughout Tuesday night and into Wednesday, according to Ken. On the backside of the showers, temperatures could fall low enough to create snow flurries late Wednesday afternoon, especially in northwest Georgia.
"The best time for snow in north Georgia will be between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. The area most likely to see some snow is generally north of a line from Cedartown to Canton to Dawsonville to Dahlonega to Blairsville. Highest mountain tops could see a dusting to perhaps one inch," writes Ken.
The Storm Team will continue to monitor the situation. In the meantime, be sure to bundle up and bring an umbrella tomorrow morning.
Thursday is expected to be sunny and chilly with the low in the 30s.
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