The major ice and snow storm that affected us for the last 2 days is finally winding down. The jog that the storm took to the north has also affected the snow totals that were forecasted across the area today dramatically. Here is a look at the current radar as of 11pm and you can see that we still have some small bands coming in this direction
from out west that could give parts of the area an additional 1-2″. But the big thing to notice here is that because of the jog to the north, we are getting dry slotted. What that means is that most of the snow is going to move to the NW of the city giving the NW sections of the state be highest snowfall totals, which could be around 2-4″, for the remainder of the night in through tomorrow morning. Here are the latest HRR runs for Midnight tonight and you can clearly see a dry slot working itself through the central part of N Georgia.Bottom line is that most of the N Georgia area for the remainder of the night will see some light sleet and some snow across the area, but not the 2-4″ totals that were projected by most of the computer models….
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