TUESDAY MORNING UPDATE: Snow is possible tomorrow in our southern counties
MACON, GA -- The cold air is here to stay. Our high temperatures are not projected to make it past the 45 degree mark until this weekend.
This cold air paired with a coastal low pressure system could lead to some snow as far inland as Dublin. As of this morning the most bullish model is showing snow as far inland as Cordele and as far north as Wrightsville. During the morning hours sleet is much more likely to occur in from Crisp to Johnson county.
If the snow moves through the most probable time will be from the late morning through the evening hours. At no time is the snow expected to be heavy. If heavy snow does occur the most likely location will be Telfair county and even then only around 1/4-1/2 an inch is possible.
All of this information should be taken with a grain of salt. This is all according to the most optimistic model. Most other models agree that the snow should stay south of Dodge county with Telfair county only seeing trace amounts of snow.
We are still a day away from this system moving through. If you combine that fact with the model disagreements, overall confidence is low. There is still a good chance we don't see any snow or sleet moving in tomorrow afternoon.
Stick with us both on-air and online to hear the latest on our snow chances.