The NWS has issued a pair of Winter Weather Advisories for parts of North Georgia and metro Atlanta starting on Tuesday morning.
The forecast for Clayton County calls for rain likely before 8 p.m., turning to snow before midnight. Some areas of Carroll, Harford and Baltimore counties could see up to 4 inches, while about 1-2 inches are expected in Baltimore City, according to the National Weather Service. This long duration of very low temperatures continues to put stress on on life and property this morning, but this stress will be receding later today.HARD FREEZE WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST TODAY.
Light snow is expected, which could lead to slow travel and slick road conditions Sunday morning.
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"There is a potential for hazardous commuting conditions for the Wednesday morning commute", meteorologists wrote in their daily forecast discussion. Winds will be northwesterly at 15 to 20 miles per hour, with gusts up to 30 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 60%. The Arctic Cold Front arrived overnight Tuesday and a narrow band of snow has worked its way east. "Dusting to 1" of snow possible. Temperatures are forecast to rise into the low 30's.
Plus, temperatures are expected to reach the mid 50s on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in MA updated its Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories late Tuesday afternoon. In fact, lows stay below freezing until Saturday morning with highs warming about 10 degrees each day with us back into the 60s by Saturday. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. However, keep in mind, snowflakes will still mix in with the rain, and there may be a brief period of snow showers or flurries before the event ends, but we're not expecting much snow accumulation in these areas.