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Hurricane Sally to Impact North Georgia-updated rain totals

Hurricane Sally will bring heavy rain and breezy conditions to North Georgia in the coming days. As of 1PM Monday, Sally was a rapidly strengthening Category 1 hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico. It is expected to reach Category 2 strength with a landfall late Tuesday on the Mississippi Coastline. It will weaken quickly and move slowly after landfall, but

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Severe Threat, 50/50 Easter

We escaped relatively unscathed from our most recent severe weather threat, with only scattered areas of wind damage reported. Another cold front is now on it’s way and it will be bringing yet another line of showers/storms to the area. Currently timing is still a bit up in the air (no surprise) but it appears that the line will arrive

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“Surprise” Light Snow for Northern GA 1/15/15?

DISCLAIMER: The following is an unofficial forecast. Please refer to the NWS for any official statements regarding any potential frozen precipitation. Good afternoon everyone. Last week, I began closely monitoring a weak low pressure system for a chance at some frozen precipitation here in Northern Georgia. The longer-range models (GFS/EURO/CMC) all showed this threat to begin with then backed off. However,

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