No accumulation is expected, but snow showers could hit Hall County on Monday and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the area, as temperatures are predicted to dip below freezing and black ice could form in certain areas.
The high temperature Monday is forecast at 49 degrees, but then a cold snap is expected, keeping the air frigid until Thursday, when the mercury is expected to rise again into the mid-40s.
Up to a quarter of an inch of rain could fall Monday; then there’s a chance for scattered rain and snow showers between 10 p.m. and midnight and scattered snow showers after midnight, according to the weather agency.
And then, snow showers could hit randomly before Tuesday evening — still with no accumulation expected.
The weather service has issued a winter weather advisory for some counties north of Hall, including Dawson, Lumpkin and White.
The weather service is forecasting 1 to 2 inches of snow in that region, with isolated higher amounts possible at elevations above 2,500 feet.
By Wednesday, weather conditions should begin to improve throughout the region, with sunny skies and warmer temperatures in the outlook.