(WSPA)– Storm Team 7 is tracking frigid temperatures and the chance of a snowflake flying in parts of the area.
Early Wednesday, radar picked up some snow in parts of the upstate including Greenwood. It was also reported in WNC and Northeast Georgia, but it was breaking up and not making it to the ground.
Temperatures will be chilly throughout the day on Wednesday. There is a chance for a wintry mix in the Laurens County and Newberry County area early in the afternoon, but according to Storm Team 7 Meteorologist Malachi Rodgers it won’t stick and should move through the area quickly.
Closer to I-95, the National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for freezing rain through Wednesday morning. The 10 counties are in eastern North Carolina and South Carolina.
The coldest temperatures arrive overnight thanks to a front coming through. On Thursday, highs are expected to stay in the 30s.
The potential for winter weather in the Carolinas is less likely to happen, because the chance of moisture has decreased.