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Deep South Snow Expected Friday from Parts of Louisiana to North Carolina

08 Décembre 2017

This includes areas from Louisiana to parts of Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas. Freeze Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for parts of southeast Texas and the Hill Country.

And... a Winter Storm Warning has been issued for parts of southwest Alabama and southeast MS, with 1 to 3 inches possible in the warning area.

The snow should gradually end and most of the moisture shift farther south during the afternoon. In these areas the rain/snow mix will possibly be intense enough to allow for possible accumulations on grassy surfaces during the day.

As a general rule, snow is a rarity in Beaufort County, happening "maybe once a year" according to Lamb. Temperatures through the day will hover around 35 degrees.

Nussbaum forecasts more of the same tomorrow. Air temperature will be in the upper 30s, so no icy travel is expected.

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Take caution while driving as some bridges and overpasses could develop patches of ice overnight while temperatures dip below freezing across the South Plains. Of course a lot to watch between now and then, and things can and will change, so be sure to stay up with current updates, especially if you are in Central Alabama. Heading into Friday night, drier air should work in behind another cold front crossing the area and we are forecasting a clearing sky and cold temperatures for both Saturday and Sunday.

The cold air has arrived in central North Carolina and it is now looking a little more likely that some snow could fall later this week in central North Carolina.

This would be the first snow event of the winter season and it's only happening because of the cold front that moved through Wednesday morning.

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Deep South Snow Expected Friday from Parts of Louisiana to North Carolina