About one to two inches of precipitation in the form of snow is predicted across north Georgia, and around one half inch across parts of central Georgia.
A mixture of rain, snow and sleet is predicted south of the line from LaGrange to Monticello to Washington, possibly changing to snow on Thursday evening.
"A fast moving cold front will approach north and central Georgia late Thursday, spreading another round of arctic air into the state Thursday night. An area of low pressure will develop over the central Gulf and push across north Florida Thursday night. This will spread gulf moisture ahead and along the cold front. Precipitation is expected to fall in the form of rain, snow and possibly sleet at times," read the advisory, which was issued on Wednesday around 4 p.m.