Georgia will be able to enjoy some sunshine and average temperatures on Sunday, but this is going to change with a big bang Arctic air on our way this week.
With the impending cold front, parts of northern Georgia may even see a wintry mix of snow.
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Meteorologist for Severe Weather 2 Brad Nitz said a Monday clock for winter storms is in effect for the following countries:
- Bartow, Carroll, Chattooga, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dawson, Douglas, Fannin, Fayette Polly, Union, Towns, White
A winter storm clock was issued Monday through Tuesday evenings for portions of the Metro Atlanta and North Georgia , pic.twitter.com/3dWdfLkcjp
̵1; Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) January 27, 2019
Severe weather Team 2 will monitor the cold front and send snow to us. Stay with us as we update and mine the latest models in Channel 2's Action News throughout the weekend.
Current models show higher accumulation in the mountains of northern Georgia, while traces of snow are possible in the Atlanta metro Meteorologist for Severe 2 (19459035) Eboni Deon .
Deon said that snow accumulation is likely to be possible for the northern mountains of Georgia at 1 to 3 inches. Areas in the northwestern metropolis of Atlanta will have lesser amounts of less than 1 inch.
"Light snow near the Metro could cause major roadside problems on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings," Deon said.
Here you can see the latest amounts of snow. The highest snowfall will be in the mountains. Light snow near the subway may cause major problems on the roads on Tuesday / Wednesday morning. pic.twitter.com/Y0qAhIJiER
– Eboni Deon, WSB (@ebonideonWSB) January 27, 2019
For Sunday and Monday, Georgia's temperatures in the mid-50s, but temperatures It will be Tuesday all day.
The cold lasts on Wednesday and Thursday mornings and temperatures start in their teens.
The wind shower falls in the mountains in the single digits and at low gusts near meters with gusts of 25 to 30 miles per hour.
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