Good evening everyone, Alex Forbes here in the North Georgia Weather Center. Light to moderate rain is invading norther Georgia particularly in the Ellijay, Calhoun, Dahlonega, and Canton areas moving northeast rather quickly. The rain will continue overnight tonight and tomorrow will be an upside down day.
Our high of around 47 degrees should occur early in the morning and we get colder as the day goes on with a low at . With the colder weather beginning, we could see the chance for more flurries as south as possibly Alpharetta, Marietta, Buford, ect. The bulk of the flurries will be in the mountains. No accumulations are expected.
Since the world didn't end in 2012, we have to forecast into 2013. That begins with rain. We could see upwards to an inch of rain on New Years Day. Some snow flurries are possible out of the back edge of the system but sill no accumulations then either.