MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Could the Lowcountry see some snowflakes this weekend? It’s a brief possibility early Saturday morning, but there will likely not be any accumulation.

A cloudy and chilly day is on tap for Friday. Some light rain will develop in the afternoon as temperatures begin to fall into the mid-40s.

Overnight rain may transition into a burst of snow for some early in the morning, which could produce a quick dusting, but significant accumulations are not expected.

“Think of tonight and early Saturday’s snow risk like you would the risk of afternoon storms in the summer: some will get snow, others will get nothing,” said Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Josh Marthers. “If you do see snow, there could be a quick dusting, but it won’t be significant.”

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This will not be a repeat of last weekend’s icy conditions.

BOTTOM LINE:

  • Expect a cloudy and chill Friday with some rain.
  • Showers may mix with snow overnight
  • Some people may see bursts of snow early Saturday morning
  • Little, if any, accumulation is expected

After morning flurries and snow showers, the sky will clear Saturday and it will be quite cold. Afternoon highs will only be in the low 40s, but a gusty northwest wind will make it feel much colder. Expect to wake up to upper teens and low 20s Sunday morning with highs in the mid to upper 40s.

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