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Winter's first flakes may fall in some areas, followed by big chill
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Northeast Georgia residents could see a few snowflakes overnight into the early morning hours as a cold front brings rain and colder temperatures to the state.

The National Weather Service forecast calls for rain to move in overnight and into the morning with low in the mid-30s in most areas. The moisture could turn into flurries at higher elevations in the mountain areas, though little or no accumulation is expected.

Sunday will be wet early with the sun breaking out later and highs in the mid- to upper 40s. Then the Arctic blast moves in overnight, dropping temperatures into the mid-20s overnight into Monday.

The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday will be sunny but cold with highs struggling to reach 40. Then the coldest night of the season is forecast with lows dipping into the upper teens in some areas. Residents are advised to look after outdoor pets and plants as the heavy chill moves in.

The work week will be cool but seasonal with rain expected back by midweek.

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