Twenty Percent Chance of Snow Thursday Night For Holly Springs
The National Weather Service gives Holly Springs and Cherokee County a slight chance of snow as the low Thursday dips to 33.
High temps in the 60s won't last, as Wednesday ushers in a freeze watch covering north Georgia, including Holly Springs and Cherokee County.
In effect late Wednesday night through early Thursday morning, it warns of lows in the mid 20s to mid 30s, which could damage vegetation, according to the National Weather Service.
Wednesday's high temp is expected to reach 61, but Thursday night holds a slight chance of rain and snow.
NWS gives Holly Springs a 20 percent chance of snow Thursday night, according to the forecast, which puts the low around 35.
NWS predicts the snow will fall mostly after midnight while Friday will bring a chance of snow and sleet before 2 p.m., which will later change over to rain.
No accumulations are expected, but the higher elevations could see some dusting.
Clouds and the wet stuff will stick around throughout the weekend, with highs expected to reach the mid 50s.