A strong cold front will push through in the next few hours and produce moderate rainfall. This rain event will NOT be packing any severe weather, but a rumble of thunder might be heard briefly. As the cold front moves through near midnight any leftover precipitation will easily transition into snow flurries. Answering how much precipitation will be around behind the cold front is still difficult to determine. There does appear to be a drying trend behind the cold front which will hinder any precipitation after midnight.
In the end...I don't expect any accumulation along highway 98. Our viewers near Bay Springs and Waynesboro have the best shot of seeing the white stuff (the northern viewing area). This is not a big snow event worth worrying about.
Most of us should be more concerned about the cold Monday. High temps will be in the lower 40's but the wind will making for uncomfortable conditions.