ATLANTA - A wintry mix is possible for parts of north Georgia as a cold front moves in, Severe Weather Team 2 Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns said.
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Temperatures in metro Atlanta made it into the 60s on Thursday, but they won't stay there long.
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Burns said a cold front will move into northwest Georgia Thursday evening and will be out by Friday morning.
The system, which will bring rain and a chance of a wintry mix, will move out early Friday, Burns said.
Window for the wintry mix in the higher mountains will be between 11 pm and 1 am. Above 2500 feet we could see a little dusting, especially north and northwest facing slopes. #wsbtv pic.twitter.com/u83SCPEjdL— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) February 1, 2018
There will be lots of sunshine Friday, but temperatures will only make it into the 40s.
Saturday will be dry and cold, and Sunday will bring widespread rain and another chance for a wintry mix.
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