OK, so we may not get a winter wonderland, but there's a chance northern parts of Georgia could see a little of the white stuff heading into Tuesday, if current weather patterns hold.
The folks at The Weather Channel say on their site that an area of low pressure is developing in the upper atmosphere over Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi.
"Underneath this low," the Weather Channel article reads, "there may be just enough moisture and cold air to combine and produce snow or a rain and snow mixture in parts of the South." That's what it's looking like for Monday in parts of Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.
Going into Tuesday, "there may continue to be just enough cold air to produce wet snow or rain mixed with snow from northern portions of Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama to the Tennessee Valley and lower Ohio Valley," according to the article.
"As odd as it may sound," the report reads, "rain could be pouring down in Cleveland, Ohio, while snowflakes fly through the air from Nashville, Tenn. to perhaps as far south as the northern suburbs of Atlanta, Ga. This is because the air that is cold enough for snow is right under the upper low, which is centered over the South."
The Weather Channel experts said in the report that they predict up to an inch or two of snow over parts of Tennessee, northern Mississippi, northern Alabama and far northern Georgia.
Stay tuned to Patch for weather updates.