As Georgia thaws from an early winter snow storm, several school districts are welcoming students back to campus after a couple snow days.

Fulton, Cobb, Carroll, Bartow, Cherokee and Douglas County Schools – who were closed Monday – announced classes will be held Tuesday.

Paulding County Schools, however, will remain closed Tuesday, though some employees will still have to report.

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Further west, Haralson County also announced classes would be canceled Tuesday, due to lingering icy conditions on secondary roads. Staff will still have to report from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., however.


The effects of this weekend's surprise snowstorm could still be felt across portions of north central and northwest Georgia, with quite a few areas still struggling to get power returned, and other areas facing weakened and downed trees and branches making driving dangerous.

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