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Flurries possible overnight; little accumulation likely
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Winter-weary North Georgians may not welcome yet another sight of snowflakes after this week's winter storm, but the forecast calls for flurries in the area overnight.

The rain is expected to begin tonight and turn to a mix of rain and snow in the early morning hours. Those in the North Georgia mountains could see a dusting of snow up to half an inch on top of the 4 inches or more of snow and ice that fell last week and has mostly melted.

Temperatures will remain around freezing overnight, then rise back into the mid-40s Saturday, quickly melting any new snow that does stick.

The forecast calls for a warming trend from Sunday on, whith sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-50s Sunday and Monday and rising into the 60s next week.

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