In fact, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued from 9p, Monday night to 6pm Tuesday night. Plan on slippery road conditions, including during the Monday morning commute. Snow and ice accumulations on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses will be especially impacted as well as secondary roadways.
Total snow accumulations ranging from eight inches to a foot and a half is likely above the 4,000 foot elevation. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.
From here, extreme cold is the focus with low temperatures in the single digits Tuesday night.
The snow will taper off from north to south Monday night through later Tuesday morning.
Snow will develop in north Georgia late Tuesday afternoon and early evening, Minton said.
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It's going to get even colder on Tuesday, with wind in from the northeast, pulling in that cold arctic air. Meteorologist Collin Myers said, depending on how the event unfolds, they may upgrade it to a Winter Storm Watch or Warning. A big warm-up will slide our way towards the tail end of the week with more sunshine and a south wind.
Well, it sounds like we could actually see snow in the Shreveport/Bossier area. For the Wind Chill Advisory, after midnight until noon Tuesday.
Wednesday's high only reaches 26, with a low near 14.
The return of cold temperatures comes just days after the area basked in unprecedented high temperatures that rose to near 60 degrees on Thursday. This band of snow will fairly quickly move east of the WBTV viewing area.
Sun: High: 43 Low: 26 Morning flurries, then partly cloudy.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 47.