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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Peachtree City GA
243 PM EST Mon Jan 15 2018

GAZ024-025-027-035>039-047>051-058>062-069>075-078>084-089>095-
102>105-160745-
Banks-Jackson-Madison-Barrow-Clarke-Oconee-Oglethorpe-Wilkes-
Walton-Newton-Morgan-Greene-Taliaferro-Butts-Jasper-Putnam-
Hancock-Warren-Upson-Lamar-Monroe-Jones-Baldwin-Washington-
Glascock-Harris-Talbot-Taylor-Crawford-Bibb-Twiggs-Wilkinson-
Muscogee-Chattahoochee-Marion-Schley-Macon-Peach-Houston-Stewart-
Webster-Sumter-Dooly-
243 PM EST Mon Jan 15 2018

...AREAS OF LIGHT SNOW AND TURNING MUCH COLDER TUESDAY NIGHT AND
WEDNESDAY...

A strong arctic front will move across the state Tuesday and
Tuesday night bringing another surge of arctic air.

Areas of light snow or flurries are possible along the cold front
as it moves across the region Tuesday night. Accumulations will be
light, generally less than a half inch. Any snow that is around
will end toward daybreak Wednesday morning.

Behind the front, winds will become northwest at 10 to 20 mph with
gusts to near 25 mph. With the temperatures dropping into the 20s
by Wednesday morning, wind chill values will drop into the teens.
Temperatures will warm only into the 30s for highs Wednesday with
wind chills holding in the 20s.



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GAZ022-023-033-034-044>046-052>057-066>068-160745-
Forsyth-Hall-North Fulton-Gwinnett-South Fulton-DeKalb-Rockdale-
Heard-Coweta-Fayette-Clayton-Spalding-Henry-Troup-Meriwether-Pike-
243 PM EST Mon Jan 15 2018

...AREAS OF LIGHT SNOW AND TURNING MUCH COLDER TUESDAY NIGHT AND
WEDNESDAY...

A strong arctic front will move across the state Tuesday and
Tuesday night bringing another surge of arctic air.

Areas of light snow or flurries are possible along the cold front
as it moves across the region late Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday
night. Accumulations will be light, generally less than a half
inch. Any snow that is around will end toward daybreak Wednesday
morning.

Behind the front, winds will become northwest at 10 to 20 mph
with gusts of 20 to 30 mph. With the temperatures dropping into
the teens Tuesday night, wind chill values will drop to around
zero. For this reason a Wind Chill Advisory may be needed for late
Tuesday night and Wednesday.

High temperatures Wednesday will warm only into the lower 30s.
Wind chill values Wednesday afternoon will warm into the teens to
lower 20s.



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