County-by-county breakdown of Winter Weather Advisory

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With temperatures above freezing and warm ground temperatures, any daytime accumulations should be confined mainly to grassy areas and vehicle tops, rather than roads.

Snow remained in the forecast for Newton County as of Thursday afternoon, but the area was outside the bounds of a winter weather advisory.

Cold air moving in from the northwest will result in rain mixing with and changing to snow beginning late Thursday night and early Friday morning.

There's a slight chance of snow today before 11 a.m. with the precipitation turning into rain with snow mixed in.

Any snow accumulations will be dependent on temperatures and precipitation intensity.

However, bridges and overpasses cool faster leading to the possibility for minor accumulation and black ice to develop on them, including the basin bridge. That's not quite enough to cancel all your plans for, but it's certainly enough to cause some issues on the roads.

According to Linton, the further east in the state you go, the less likely it is that you'll see snow.

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Colder air will continue to spill into Georgia from the north Friday thanks to another cold front. Check to freezing temperatures.

However, the majority of the region will see a cold rain. The city will send an update Friday about that night's events.

Portions of the South will see some wet snow or sleet Friday.

A few places, like the northern hilly areas of Sussex County, usually see their first measurable snow - 0.1 inches or more - by December 2.

A freeze watch is in effect in Stone and George counties from Friday evening through Saturday morning.

Sunday: Partly sunny, high near 32.