Alex posted a statement from NWS on Severe Weather Awareness for the state of GA in her previous post. Here's a link to go along with that, which talks about some key points regarding severe weather safety and awareness: http://www.erh.noaa.gov/gsp/skywarn/SVR_Week/Preparedness_Doc.pdf
Many of us got to refresh our severe weather safety drills last week as the dangerous storms rolled through. We'll be looking at our most active time for severe weather coming March-June, so it's a good bet that we'll have a few more days like last Wednesday in the upcoming weeks.
But, not this week! A light wintry mix will be possible in the mountains late tonight, while clouds will hang around across the Upstate. Roads will be slick in spots in western NC tomorrow morning, so take care when driving! We'll warm into the 50's area-wide on Tuesday afternoon which will alleviate any mountains road issues.
Expect temps near 60 for Wednesday, then some showers to wrap up the work week. No big cold spells coming in the next 7 days, but the GFS model is showing a HUGE cooldown in the long range (about 1.5-2 weeks from now). We shall wait and see!