Friday “will feel awful” in Atlanta, she said. According to the latest forecast, the low will be 35 degrees and the high will be 48.
In far North Georgia, some isolated snow flurries could start about 11 p.m. Thursday and continue early Friday and temperatures could drop to the 20s and 30s, Channel 2 meteorologist Brian Monahan said.
“There’ll be a few little snow showers up to our north, and (I) wouldn’t rule out a passing snow flurry up in the mountains,” he said.
The snow isn’t expected to stick, Monahan said.
Meteorologist Brad Nitz said we may even get another round of warm weather in the not-too-distant future.