According to Leonard Vaughan, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in West Columbia, S.C., the front will push through Sunday evening that will bring cold temperatures and some moisture to the area.
The Augusta area can probably only expect some drizzly weather around Monday, but the northern part of Georgia is already talking about snow.
The chances are slim but could be a possibility in the north Georgia mountains and parts of Tennessee, Vaughan said.
With the front come the colder temperatures, which are expected to fall into the mid-50s Monday.
By mid-week temperatures will climb back into the 60s as the weather system moves Northeast.