A Winter Weather Advisory is now in effect for parts of north Georgia through 7 AM tomorrow. Snow showers are likely with accumulations varying from a dusting to 1". Black ice is also a major concern as the wet roadways may freeze over to cause slippery conditions. If you have to go out tomorrow, wait until the sun comes up so you can somewhat see the ice.
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Also tonight, lows will be well below average, in the 20s and teens. The wind will also be in full force in the mountains. That is prompting a rare WIND CHILL ADVISORY for Dade, Walker, Chattooga, Gordon, Murray, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Dawson, Lumpkin, Union, Towns, and White Counties for wind chills between 10 and -5 degrees. In terms of wind, we will see sustained winds between 20-25 mph and wind gusts between 35-40 mph. Beware of falling trees and power lines as you could be without power for several hours an with temps in the teens and single digits, you don't want to be in that situation.
Per the National Weather Service in Peachtree City, a rain snow mix in LIKELY now in the north metro Atlanta area as we head into Sunday evening. It all starts out Sunday with a 70% Chance of Rain for the entire area but, as the sun goes down, the cold air returns. The rain will begin to transition to snow. It will turn to all snow in the mountains and we be ice in the north metro. It is still too early to pin point exact accumulation amounts if there is any as the ground is too warm at this point in time, but it may not be after these next few days.