If you live in North Georgia you might see snow when you wake up Monday morning. The current forecast shows the possibility of snow between midnight and 9 a.m. Monday for what the National Weather Service calls far North Georgia. Beginning tonight,
Forecasts earlier this week predicting heavy snow throughout Georgia have changed as the week progressed. Now the peach state is expected to have winter weather, but no accumulation of snow is expected. Light freezing rain may mix with rain Thursday morning over
Get ready for the possibility of more impactful winter weather. That’s the message for Americans living in parts of the eastern United States who just dealt with a major winter storm that dropped more than a foot of snow in some places.
Habersham County government offices will open at noon Tuesday Habersham County will be delaying opening of all Habersham County facilities including the sheriffs department, Aquatic Center, the Administration Building, landfill, the senior center, animal shelter and other county owned facilities until noon Tuesday.
As snow fell on North Georgia and metro Atlanta this morning, Georgians were quick to share their photos and videos of snow in Georgia. Below is a sampling of some of the snow views we are seeing so far today. If you
The forecast for snow on Sunday continues to change and shift in terms of severity and accumulation. Here is the latest according to the National Weather Service as of 5:20 p.m. Saturday. If you live in Northeast Georgia near Blairsville, you can
ATLANTA — With snow expected the forecast for Atlanta, city officials are ready to move to a heightened response and are warning residents to stay off the roads during the snow and ice storm. Based on the most recent weather forecast, the
Weather forecasters are becoming more and more confident that winter weather tonight and tomorrow will bring snow. The Georgia Department of Transportation and several local departments of transportation are busy preparing the roads for ice and power companies throughout the state are
The state agencies in charge of responding to weather emergencies are bracing for a winter storm expected to hit North Georgia and metro Atlanta during a three-day holiday weekend. Georgia Department of Transportation crews began treating interstate and state highways Friday morning
North Georgia and Metro Atlanta are awaiting the chance of a weekend snow storm with a mixture of anticipation and dread today. Here’s what the forecast looks like right now and what you can expect. The timeframe: The National Weather Service predicts
Cobb County Department of Transportation crews loaded up spreaders and tested their inclement weather equipment today in preparation for possible wintry weather this weekend. Weather forecasters say a mixture of ice and snow could impact Cobb starting early Sunday morning. Crews plan on
A mix of wintry conditions is expected to impact tens of millions of people across different regions of the U.S. over the holiday weekend, including snow and ice in parts of the Southeast as the storm is forecast to plunge through Virginia
Georgia residents are bracing for another cold night as temperatures are expected to dip well below freezing this evening. Expect lows of 28 degrees overnight with frost early Wednesday morning. The frigid temperatures have forced the city of Atlanta to open two
Southwest Georgia could see severe storms Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center has noted increased probabilities for severe weather on Sunday afternoon into early Monday morning across the area. Some storms could have wind gusts of
Snow is expected in North Georgia today, just days after the last time snow entered the picture in the area. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for far north Georgia through this evening. A wintry mix of snow and sleet is
If you — or your children — were excited about the prospect of snow on Monday, the result was disappointing. However, the no-snow to light dusting most Georgians experienced isn’t the full story. The National Weather Service released the actual inch counts