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Snow in our future?
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The cold weather that moved in Wednesday could combine with a storm scheduled to sweep through the area Friday to produce snow.
The National Weather Service in Charleston reports there is a chance for flurries Friday morning before 10 and then Friday night after 10. No accumulation is expected since saturated soils will melt any that falls.
Today, skies are expected to remain mostly sunny and the high will be in the low 50s. Tonight, the storm will start moving in and cloud up the skies. Rain with the snow could start early Friday.
Rain is expected most of the day Friday, when the high is expected to be only in the upper 40s. If the rain persists passed 1 a.m. Saturday, the weather service says there is a good chance for strictly snow, without rain.
Meanwhile, the winter storms moving through the Northeast have caused three major airports to close and even some cancellations at the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport. Travelers are urged to check their flights before going to the airport.



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