COLUMBIA (WACH) -- A few snow flurries are possible tonight across parts of the Midlands.
A mainly dry cold front will pass by the area on Wednesday.
Cold air moving in behind the front, a piece of upper-level energy, and a little bit of moisture, will allow for a 20% chance for some light rain and snow flurries in the northern and central Midlands.
However, we do not expect any accumulations as ground temperatures are too warm.
The best chance to see flurries is north of the I-20 corridor from 10 p.m. - 4 a.m., depending on your location.
Thursday will bring a sunny sky and temperatures in the upper-40s.
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