KNOXVILLE, Tenn (WVLT) -- There's still a chance you'll see some snow this weekend, but a much better chance that you'll just be very cold if you go outside.
"The amount of moisture looks limited here," said WVLT Pinpoint 8 Meteorologist Craig Edwards, "but there should be enough to create some snow during the middle of the day and some sprinkles or light rain in the afternoon."
The higher elevations of the Smoky Mountains may see some light snow accumulations, according to Edwards. But, he says, the most snowfall from this system will be on the other side of the mountains into South Carolina and North Carolina.
North Georgia to Chattanooga also may see 1-2", but it'll be mostly rain in Atlanta.
If you will be traveling on I-75 South or I-40 East (into North Carolina) you may see some slick spots.
In North Georgia (and Chattanooga) the snow will change to rain by 3 pm. But that's after an inch or so of accumulation. In North Carolina it will be snow most of the day. Asheville may see between 2 to 4 inches of snow by Saturday night.
By Sunday the really cold air will move in. Lows Sunday morning will be in the upper teens. By afternoon the high will only be 32 degrees. It will be sunny and cold!
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You can get road condition phone numbers, utility phone numbers, and pretty much everything else you need to deal with the storm on our web channel home page in the section titled "Super Pinpoint 8 Winter Weather Center."
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