ATLANTA — A strong Arctic cold front moving into the Southeast is bringing with it snow and some of the coldest weather of the season.
Some state offices and schools were closed Tuesday. For a full list, click here.
Metro Atlanta is no longer under a Winter Weather Advisory.
Major threats from this system are wet roads across North Georgia beginning Tuesday morning from the precipitation, the possibility of black ice Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and from dangerously low wind chills on Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Between 10 a.m. and noon, the rain will continue to push in. Mainly rain has pushed through. Precipitation is ending this afternoon. Temperatures will drop to the mid 30s around 3 p.m. with sunshine.
Tuesday night and Wednesday
Once the sun begins to set --the temperatures will begin to fall off into the 20s and the wind can make it feel like the teens in some spots.
The refreezing can potentially take place Tuesday night as the temperatures continue to drop.
Wednesday will remain cold and breezy with highs only rebounding into the low 40s.
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