Best spot to see minor accumulations of snow will be along I-20 and I-85 in North Georgia.
"What's going on with this really cold air and why we're getting snow so early, too - this is pretty early in the season to see snow fall - is related to the configuration of the jet stream", Carroll said. This includes places in Alabama like Thomasville, Grove Hill, Jackson, Millry and Butler. Some on the northern edge could see nothing at all, and others on the southern part could see all rain.
The jet-stream disturbance responsible for this is now wringing out snow over West Texas and northern Mexico.
A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect for parts of northeast, central and southwest Alabama from 3 a.m. until 6 p.m. tomorrow.
Rain is expected to continue overnight with temperatures expected to dip to the upper 30's but not below freezing on most of the south shore, according to the National Weather Service.
Up to 1.5 inches or more will be possible in areas farther to the north where cold air moves in a bit faster and ground level temps stay around 33-34.
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A few places, like the northern hilly areas of Sussex County, usually see their first measurable snow - 0.1 inches or more - by December 2.
The rest of the Southeast should see mainly a cold rain.
Temperatures in Boston are expected to peak in the low 40s Friday afternoon, and remain in the 30s through Sunday.
No accumulation is expected, so there won't be any snowball fights.
With temperatures dropping below freezing, any lingering wet stretches on roads may freeze, particularly on bridges and overpasses. Ice is possible any time temperatures are below freezing.