• Temperatures to drop into the 20s across metro

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    ATLANTA - As temperatures continue to drop across north Georgia, many people in the metro Atlanta area are seeing snow flurries.

    Severe Weather Team 2's Brad Nitz said temperatures started the day in the upper 50s and have fallen steadily, expected to drop to the upper 20s by mid-evening.

    Nitz said areas across the metro have seen a mix of rain and snow, which is expected to continue through the next few hours.

    Wind gusts have also reached up to as high as 30 mph. A wind advisory will remain in effect until 10 p.m. Wednesday for all of north Georgia and the Atlanta metro.

    Nitz said the flurries were expected to stop by about 8 p.m. Wednesday, with temperatures dropping into the 20s.

    Nitz said the wind chill could drop into the teens over the evening in areas across north Georgia.


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