Chances for wintry precipitation continue to be featured in the forecast for the next 24 hours or so. Spots of light rain in western and northern counties will begin a gradual transition to a blend of frozen and liquid precipitation, starting in interior southwest Georgia counties this evening, then slowly progressing eastward overnight. Moisture availability may be most vast this evening, tapering off a bit overnight, but not shutting down completely. As temperatures fall to around 30° to 32° in most areas except the far southeast Big Bend, any precipitation overnight has the chance to becoming freezing rain in the interior Big Bend and south Georgia, sleet mainly in south Georgia, and chances for snow or a mix of rain and snow in the south Georgia interior. Clouds and precipitation activity will wind down tomorrow, but slowly move to the east, and clouds and cold air will keep highs around or barely above freezing in most areas. A winter storm warning remains in effect through tomorrow, and some counties may experience an extension of the warning into later Wednesday afternoon.
Posted at 4:01 PM, Jan 28, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-28 16:01:00-05
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