ATLANTA, GA (WGST) - With a strong arctic cold front moving into the Atlanta area overnight tonight, everyone is asking when it will snow here in the metro area.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for metro Atlanta from 3 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday with a winter storm warning issued for counties north of metro Atlanta.
So what can we expect?
Our partners at CBS46 have your timeline:
Monday night: No precipitation is expected in metro Atlanta.
Tuesday morning commute: Scattered rain is expected in metro Atlanta for your morning commute, with scattered snow in northwest Georgia.
Tuesday late morning: Scattered rain and snow is expected in metro Atlanta and north Georgia.
Tuesday afternoon: It's expected to be dry by 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday night and Wednesday morning: The ground should be mostly dry for your commute Wednesday morning, but any wet roads will freeze, creating the potential for dangerous black ice.
How much will it snow?
A dusting of snow is possible in northwest metro Atlanta, including Cobb and Cherokee counties.
The further northwest you go from Atlanta, the higher your risk of accumulating snow.
About 2 inches of snow is possible in the north Georgia mountains.
Hopefully we won't have another Snowmageddon on our hands!
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