PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG) - An area of low pressure in the Gulf will clip parts of North Florida late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, but most of shouldn't get much of anything other than an increase in cloud cover.
It could bring a few slick spots, some freezing rain/sleet mainly near and east of the Apalachicola River.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory in Gulf, Franklin, and Liberty counties for Wednesday morning. Again, there could be a few slick spots and some mixed wintry precipitation, but we'll be on the fringe of the system so impacts should be pretty minimal here. Schools aren't back in session for those districts until Thursday.
It appears that most of Northwest Florida won't see anything.
Bigger impacts are possible near Tallahassee and Valdosta. That's where a Winter Storm Warning is in effect. Travel could be more of a concern in the Big Bend area Wednesday morning as there could be some ice/snow accumulation on roadways.
The storm will then become a big Nor'easter as it moves up the eastern seaboard.