Cooler than normal summer seems least likely outcome as of now.
The NWS looks back at winter in Georgia by the numbers.
Temps just cold enough aloft to provides snow in the GA mountains and a mix in parts of Atlanta
The long-range outlook for March is for temps to average below-normal and precip above-normal in GA
It appears a big winter storm will come to parts of the east and south next week.
A storm system with precipitation is likely Monday but dry areas and hours to start.
A storm system with precipitation is likely Monday into Tuesday, may start Sunday night far north areas.
The models have been abnormally inconsistent about the Monday-Tuesday weather.
The next winter precipitation risk is late Sunday Night into Monday evening but nothing definitive as of now.
Windows of opportunity for winter precip will come and go rest of this month into March.
Weather is never as simple as pointing to a computer generated map animation no matter how colorful.
The January Thaw comes late and into the start of February but won't hold.
How much fell and where, once in two generations storm in some areas.
Lingering scattered snow showers wind down but wind gusts hard.
Weather is constantly changing check back often for forecast updates, listen to the radio.
Our next brush with Old Man Winter is from the Nor'easter blizzard and ice storm heading up the Atlantic coast.
A variety of weather alerts and bulletins for North Georgia Wednesday.
Monitoring two POSSIBILITIES for some winter mischief in Georgia this week.
Blocking patterns and split flows only open possible snow/ice window.
Across the northern hemisphere the atmosphere is in flux flipping away from December pattern to one that can bring winter.
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