RABUN COUNTY, Ga. - Parts of northeast Georgia woke up to snow flurries Friday morning.
Snow flurries in Suches, Ga courtesy of Alan Fisher.
Videos and photos started pouring into the FOX 5 Newsroom around 8:30 a.m. as FOX 5 viewers reported snow in the mountains.
Clarkesville courtesy of Barbara Kesler.
FOX 5 viewer Barb Van Dyke shared a video from Tiger, Georgia where she said there were two inches of snow.
FOX 5's Joanne Feldman said as cold rain moved across north Georgia Friday morning, temperatures fell to a level in northeast Georgia (mainly from near and northeast of Gainesville) to support some snow or a wintry mix. With surface temperatures above freezing, accumulations weren't a big concern. However, some elevated surfaces, like decks, etc., may get some minor accumulation until temperatures warm a little through the afternoon.
Most of the rain moves out late Friday, but Saturday will bring mostly cloudy skies and a small chance for a few passing rain showers. Skies will be clear for Sunday with temperatures rising into the upper 50s. This will lead us to unseasonably warm 60s for the first half of next week.