Light rain Thursday afternoon could briefly turn to snow before midnight along and north of a line from Columbus to Louisville.
The National Weather Service issued a Special Weather Statement early Thursday that warns of a wintry mix once temperatures drop after sunset.
An upper level disturbance will move across Mississippi and Alabama, which will pull moisture across Georgia by afternoon.
Temperatures will gradually fall into the mid-30s with light snow possible, but no accumulation is expected.
Macons forecast calls for a chance of rain and snow, mainly before midnight, but it is not expected to stick.
Forecasters say this is a different scenario from last week, but temperatures will fall into the 20s overnight, which could create thin patchy of black ice by sunrise Friday.
Residents living in the midstate northward are encouraged to closely monitor weather conditions for any changes or updates.