• Slick roads in metro Atlanta, ice in north Georgia cause headaches for drivers

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    ATLANTA - A wintry mix in north Georgia and cold rain in metro Atlanta caused headaches for drivers Saturday night. 

    Slick roads caused several cars to hydroplane along Georgia 400 in Alpharetta, police said. in North Georgia, several roads were closed as bridges and overpasses iced up.

    Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Katie Walls said the wet weather should clear out by Sunday morning. 

    A Winter Weather Advisory has been canceled. 

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    10:29 p.m.

    Heads up drivers: Alpharetta police say wet roads have caused several cars to hydroplane on Georgia 400 northbound between Mansell Rd. and Haynes Bridge Rd. Police are urging drivers to use caution. 

    Ice is also causing headaches in north Georgia: 

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    The rain will move out by tomorrow, according to new models: 

    7:47 p.m.

    Winter weather is starting to mix in on the radar!

    7:06 p.m.

    Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Katie Walls says drivers traveling in north Dawson county need to be aware of slick and icy roads:

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    Cold rain is falling across much of the metro Atlanta area: 

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    Light icing is already becoming a problem on the road in northeast Georgia, especially on bridges and overpasses above 2,000 feet. Richard Russell HIghway from White into Union counties is closed as is Highway 129 over Blood mountain.

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