Savannah could get 6 inches of snow, says Fox News. So could Charleston, South Carolina. “That would be historic for them. They have never experienced that much snow.”
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal declared a state of emergency Tuesday evening for 28 counties in the coastal region, set to remain in effect through Jan. 5 at midnight.
Winter Storm Watch for all of southeast Georgia, the northern Suwannee Valley and along the Interstate 10 corridor to the west of metro Jacksonville after midnight tonight through Wed afternoon. Ice accumulations possible over southeast GA & portions of northeast FL #flwx #gawx pic.twitter.com/CMMZKLhF9b
— NWS Jacksonville (@NWSJacksonville) January 2, 2018
Our latest forecast snow amounts for tomorrow. Most areas should see at least some snowfall but the heaviest amounts should be near and east of I-95, especially near Charleston. https://t.co/pOIntHC05V #scwx #gawx #chswx #savwx pic.twitter.com/SstSJ0SEDy
— NWS Charleston, SC (@NWSCharlestonSC) January 2, 2018
Via Fox News