Event Snowfall Totals…….37.1° As of 2:15 p.m…….The Next Wave of Minor Accumulating SnowfallFebruary 28th, 2013 at 2:16 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
It’s really not too bad out. Yes, it is breezy to windy, but with 37 & the snow melting away, its not so bad. It has actually warmed up pretty nicely today.
There area a few flurries & sprinkles around with a gloomy, gray stratus overcast, though.
Totals below DO NOT count the snow, sleet & freezing rain we had Tuesday morning. Thank you to all NWS COOP, CoCoRaHs & WLFI weather spotters for all of your snowfall reports.
Some flurries are possible at times today with some scattered flurries & snow showers Friday through Saturday, but it appears good ACCUMULATING snowfall of 1-3″ will occur from southeast Missouri, into Kentucky, Tennessee, even northern Alabama, Georgia & North Carolina. The 3″ (isolated 4″) will tend to be in the higher hills & terrain of east-central Tennessee & western North Carolina (even isolated 6″ in the Smokies). The northern suburbs of Atlanta (Acworth, Woodstock, Kennesaw, Cartersville, Alpharetta) may even see the grass dusted briefly with 0.5-1″ of snowfall around Rome, Calhoun & Dalton Georgia.
This week upper system in a broad upper trough in the eastern U.S. will tend to stay south of our area, but will watch.
Alberta Clipper early next week may bring us less than 1″ of snow accumulation, but it appears the highest totals will stay west & south of our viewing area.