UDPATE: Greater Augusta could see flurries Saturday night

By: Kara Apel Email
By: Kara Apel Email

Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- It was rain for the greater Augusta area on Saturday morning, but areas to the east -- all the way from Columbia, S.C., to Raleigh, N.C. -- saw snow.

3 p.m. update

From Chief Meteorologist Shane Butler: "Models are indicating our next push of cold air to come in the 4 to 7 p.m. hour today. With the cold air will come NW winds from 10 - 17 mph and maybe a few snowflakes for the CSRA. Especially if you live on the South Carolina side, chances to see flurries looks to be slightly greater. No accumulations on streets is expected at this time. Bridges and elevated roadways may become slick."

weather radar

Initial report:

Chief Meteorologist Shane Butler says the rain is starting to move to the east of the CSRA and sunshine will be returning to the area for Saturday afternoon.

weather radar

weather radar

Butler says another wave of precipitation is expected to move through the region Saturday night.

weather radar

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