After a soaking rain for much of the afternoon on Christmas day, some central Georgian's were treated to a rare Christmas weekend snowfall
After a soaking rain for much of the afternoon on Christmas day, some central Georgian's were treated to a rare Christmas weekend snowfall!
A strong area of low pressure that dumped heavy snow on much of the mid-Atlantic saved enough moisture for a good block of snow shower activity for much of the Peach State, including central Georgia, especially north of Macon. Minor accumulations have been reported. It's the first time in Macon history that measurable snow has been recorded on Christmas day in Macon!
Other than a few icy spots, roads are passable, but motorists should exercise caution.
According to Chief Meteorologist Jeff Cox, off and on flurries are possible through the day Sunday before tapering off Sunday night as moisture wraps back around into central Georgia. Little to no additional accumulation is expected. Also worth noting, winds will be gusty at times for your Sunday.
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Stay tuned to NewsCentral and StormTrack Central's team of meteorologists for the latest on this winter blast!
(Picture courtesy of Celeste Smith, NewsCentral Assignment Editor)