Friday’s snow storm broke records in two metro counties.
Severe Weather Team 2 Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns says Cobb and Carroll counties received record-breaking snowfall, even beating out the Blizzard of 1993.
After tallying up all the snow totals, Cobb and Carroll counties set records for the most snowfall EVER! Even beating the Blizzard of '93 with more than a foot reported in both counties! Unprecedented. #WSBTV pic.twitter.com/eomUbzDET4— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) December 12, 2017
Parts of Cobb and Carroll counties had more than a foot of snow. Here’s a breakdown of snowfall totals across north Georgia.
Channel 2 Action News brought you continuous coverage all day Friday as the snow fell. Burns called it “the worst snowstorm since the Blizzard of 1993.”
Thank you all for counting on Channel 2 Action News during this historic snowfall.
I just wanted to thank all of you for tuning to WSB-TV in overwhelming numbers during worst snowstorm since the Blizzard of 1993. From all of Severe Weather Team 2. Thank you. #wsbtv pic.twitter.com/PAfOslx4BL— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) December 12, 2017
Yes! A sincere "thank you" from me and all of us at @wsbtv. This snowstorm kept us on our toes and snow totals "over-performed" expectations. We worked hard to keep you all up to date.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) December 12, 2017
Ratings are our report card and I'm glad to be part of the winning team! https://t.co/OTJnwQWKX0
Stay with Channel 2 Action News and Severe Weather Team 2 as they track the possibility of snow revisiting north Georgia.
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