There is no snowflake on the subway in Atlanta, but the rain is getting into the area as part of a system that can cover the streets on ice, according to news from Channel 2 Action.
While there had been reports of snow in the districts of Fanin and Gilmer, only the rain was moving in the Douglas and Pauling districts, Brian Monahan said.
"Temperatures are still too warm for every snow in the subway," he said.
This can change until 11am when Monahan expects a mix of rain and snow in and around the metro in Atlanta and "Some Small Possible Accumulations."
Areas past and to the North from Carollon to Marietta Canton will most likely see the most snow, with the possibility of accumulating half an inch to an inch, according to Channel 2. Probably the tracks are down the corridor I-85.
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With the threat of snow and winter time shut down schools and government Services Traffic is "lighter than normal" at Atlanta Metro stations, WSB reporter Mark Arum said. "See the whole green card," he said. "How often do you see this?"
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Paul Schuster charges salt water in two 2500-gallon tanks on a flatbed trailer, while GDOT crews are preparing for distribution later on at the Forest Park facility on Tuesday morning. The forecast calls for the morning rain to turn into snow when the temperature falls in the afternoon. (Photo by Phil Skinner)
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While Monahan expects the most significant impacts on a trip to distant northern Georgia, he still urges drivers to pay attention when faced with roads on Tuesday, and especially on Wednesday morning when temperatures are expected to fall. today, around the Atlanta subway there is only a small amount of mix / snow later this morning.
North Georgia can wake up at [ ]. medium and low 20 years on Wednesday, said Monahan, which means that any retaining moisture on the roads has the potential to freeze and create ice stains.
Black Ice is also taking care of the trip on Tuesday evening when Arctic air moves and temperatures "Coming down, especially for minor, untreated roads," he said.
"I think that in the city, in Perimeter, it will not be bad today," Monahan said. "I know many schools are closed by abundance of caution. Overall, around the city today I do not expect any significant trips. "
Many schools and businesses in Atlanta are closed on Tuesday, including state services. The city of Atlanta, Cobb County, Decalb County, and Fulton County Government offices are also closed on Tuesday.
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Students in Atlanta, Clayton County, Cobb County, Decatur, Decal County, Fulton County, Guinet County, and Marietta County will not be heading to classes as well as several other schools in northern Georgia.
"We see the coldest air in many years in the northern part of the country," Monahan said. "Luckily it's north. In North Georgia, we get a little bit of it.
North Georgia is expected to stay cold on Thursday and Friday morning, according to the latest forecast. Then we go back to the 50s for the weekend.
"Just a rain in the Super Bowl forecast Sunday," Monahan said. "It will be gentle with temperatures in the mid-50s."  » For updated traffic information, listen to News 95.5 and AM 750 WSB and follow @ajcwsbtraffic on Twitter. ]
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