Winter Weather Advisory

Winter Weather Advisory Issued January 07 At 2:51pm Est Until January 09 At 12:00am Est By Nws Greenville-Spartanburg

…Winter Storm To Impact Portions Of The Western Carolinas And Northeast Georgia Tonight Into Friday…

.A Storm System Moving From The Deep South Through The Coastal Plain Of Georgia And South Carolina Will Spread Precipitation Into The Region From Late This Evening Through Friday Morning Before Tapering Off Friday Afternoon And Evening. Sufficient Cold Air Will Be In Place For Mainly Snow To Fall Across Much Of The Mountains. While Precipitation Is Expected To Initially Fall As Rain Across The Foothills And Piedmont, Cooling Temperatures Will Support A Transition To Snow Friday Morning, Roughly Along And North Of I-40. Heavy Snow Accumulations Will Be Possible In These Areas Before The Precipitation Tapers Off, Or Changes Back To Rain Friday Afternoon. Meanwhile, At Least A Brief Transition To Snow Is Likely As Far South As The North Carolina/South Carolina Border, And Some Of These Areas Are Expected To See Light Accumulations. While Rain And Snow Are Expected To Be The Main Precipitation Types, A Brief Period Of Sleet Or Freezing Rain Will Be Possible, Especially From The Blue Ridge Escarpment Through The Piedmont, But Any Sleet Or Ice Accumulations Are Expected To Be Minor.

…Winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 7 Pm This Evening To Midnight Est Friday Night…

 * What…Wet Snow Expected. Total Snow Accumulations Of Up To 2 Inches, Except Up To 6 Inches Possible In The Higher Elevations Of South Carolina.

 * Where…The South Carolina Mountains, Habersham County Georgia, And The Southern Foothills Of North Carolina.

 * When…From 7 Pm This Evening To Midnight Est Friday Night.

 * Impacts…Travel Could Be Very Difficult. The Hazardous Conditions Could Impact The Friday Commute.