ATLANTA — It happened! A white blanket of snow covered much of north Georgia Saturday morning.
A winter storm warning was issued as much as six inches of snow was possible in the higher elevation areas of north Georgia, according to the 11Alive StormTrackers.
Snow was seen sticking on some highways, and officials in Lumpkin County warned that some of its roads were impassable.
With that in mind, it was a perfect opportunity to stay inside and snap pictures of what you're seeing outside!
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Snow coming down in Atlanta and north Georgia