Last week’s winter storm that blew through Elbert County is still fresh on the minds of its residents; it seems there is another possibility for winter precipitation in northeast Georgia.
According to State Climatologist and Meteorologist Bill Murphey, a handful of weather models are indicating a possibility of snow again on Sunday.
“Still that is way out, and the way the models have been jumping around on these winter systems means it’s still too early to tell”, said Murphey. “However, Sunday may be a day to watch if things pan out like the early models have indicated.”
He says there is a low pressure system tracking across the Gulf of Mexico, which will have a shot at winter precipitation on the back end of the system.
Though he says there is always a possibility of the outlook changing as the weather models continue to be updated, and that they are taking a wait and see approach to see how everything fizzles out.
However, in the event of another winter storm in our area, you can rely on WSGC radio to provide you information on any potential closings or delays both on-air and online at wsgcradio.com.