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Tracking this weekend’s winter storm


A continued north breeze will drop temperatures down into the low 30's tonight, with clouds increasing.


We are waking up to cool and cloudy conditions on Friday, ahead of an approaching storm system. Showers are moving in by the late morning and afternoon hours, with a changeover to snow coming later in the afternoon and evening. Everything happens from north to south on Friday, with communities like Macon being the first to see chances for showers, cooler temperatures, snow, and snow accumulations.

Speaking of accumulations, our heaviest snow band will likely come in the evening hours as snow first starts to fall. This will bring some accumulations late Friday night, but impacts are expected worsen through Saturday morning.


Once the snow starts falling, it’s here to stay into Saturday afternoon. Widespread accumulations are expected by the time the snow moves south Saturday evening. For the latest details on what to expect, head over to the Insider Blog. Sunday’s staying cool with highs around freezing but sunshine returning. We’ll jump into the upper 30’s Monday and into the upper 40’s Tuesday. A front looks to move through the Midwest by the middle of next week, dropping us back into the 30’s but coming without precipitation.

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