FIRST ALERT: March snow in the Midlands? Parts of SC saw festive flurries Wednesday morning

FIRST ALERT: March snow in the Midlands? Parts of SC saw festive flurries Wednesday morning

(WIS) - What a cold stretch of weather we've seen here in the Midlands the past couple of days.

Well, a weak cold front will move through the state this morning bringing with it gusty Northwest winds making it feel much colder than what the thermometer is reading.

A front sliding through has caused a few snow showers near the North Carolina line in Lancaster, Kershaw, Chesterfield, Darlington and Florence counties between 7 a.m. 9 a.m.

We're not expecting any accumulation as temperatures are too mild at the surface. Visibility may be reduced from time to time during a snow shower but as far as roads were slippery, you don't have anything to worry about!

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Highs Wednesday afternoon will only get into the low 50s but it will feel much colder because of the wind. Dress for the 40s. The cold front will cause a brief period of snow showers in the Midlands, especially the further North you live towards North Carolina.

Make sure you bundle up!

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