Published: Fri, December 08, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Heavy rain and cold for Friday, but no snow

Heavy rain and cold for Friday, but no snow

A few locations will continue have light snow and freezing rain fall overnight but no accumulation is expected and chances of precipitation will decrease as the cold front pushes further south.

This includes areas from Louisiana to parts of Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas.

It is important to note that not everyone in the Winter Weather Advisory will see snow. But, most likely is "trace amounts to 2", Bernard said in a post on his Facebook page. Most accumulations will be on grassy areas. That should minimize the accumulation potential.

WDSU meteorologist Kweilyn Murphy said most areas will only see flurries with little if any accumulation; however, a few spots - especially on the northern boundary between Louisiana and MS - could see less than an inch of accumulation on grassy surfaces, rooftops and elevated surfaces, including roadways.

The rain will finally come to an end during the mid to late morning hours of Saturday and sunshine will start to return by the afternoon.

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Friday will be an active weather day with cloudy skies, colder temperatures and a good chance of rain and snow.

Take caution while driving as some bridges and overpasses could develop patches of ice overnight while temperatures dip below freezing across the South Plains. However, temperatures will go back below freezing rather quickly tomorrow night, and any lingering water on roads could freeze.

ANOTHER SNOWMAGEDDON? No, because surface temperatures this time will be 10 to 15 degrees warmer.

Pedestrians stroll past Jones Hall in the rain on Wednesday as a cold front barged into Houston, making it feel more wintry.

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