Lamar County is included in a hazardous weather outlook notification area for possible wintry mix but there is little to no chance of any accumulation of snow. There is no chance of an ice storm in that temperatures will not fall far enough while moisture is still in the area.All the models vary as is normal. All note that the forecast could change. So be alert but do not plan on making a snowman and don’t rush out for milk and bread.Most models point to the heaviest snow in LaGrange.Official forecast for Lamar County from the National Weather Service..DAY ONE…Today and Tonight…Rain will continue today and tonight across much of the region. Someof the rain could become mixed with or change over to snow latetonight from west central Georgia, across the western and northernmetro Atlanta areas and northeastward into the northeast mountains.Accumulations of a half inch or less is possible late tonight,mainly in grassy areas..DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Friday through Wednesday…Wintry precipitation can be expected Friday through Saturdaymorning. The rain snow mix will end across north Georgia Fridayevening, but move into central Georgia Friday night. Lightaccumulations are possible as far south as Columbus, Americus andDublin. Most, if not all of the accumulations will be in grassyareas and on elevated surfaces. Saturday morning, any residualmoisture on road surfaces could produce black ice, creatinghazardous travel conditions. See the latest Special WeatherStatement for additional information.