Floyd Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 4:37 AM EST on March 04, 2015

... Mixture of sleet and light freezing rain possible Thursday morning
into the afternoon for portions of far north Georgia...

Rain will likely transition to a mixture of rain... sleet and light
freezing rain on Thursday as the next round of Arctic air pushes in
from the northwest behind a strong cold front. Areas along and north
of a Cedartown to Canton and Cleveland line have the best chance for
any light accumulations. Sleet amounts up to one quarter of an inch
and freezing rain amounts up to one tenth of an inch appear
possible. Locally higher amounts cannot be ruled out. Temperatures
will be falling through much of the day in this area... so any slick
spots that develop on roadways may continue to be a concern into the
evening as well.

Due to the continued uncertainty concerning this event... everyone
with interests across north Georgia are urged to remain alert for any
changes in later forecasts.


437 am EST Wed Mar 4 2015

... Mixture of sleet and light freezing rain possible Thursday morning
into the afternoon for portions of far north Georgia...

Rain will likely transition to a mixture of rain... sleet and light
freezing rain on Thursday as the next round of Arctic air pushes in
from the northwest behind a strong cold front. Areas along and north
of a Cedartown to Canton Cleveland line have the best chance for any
light accumulations. Sleet amounts up to one quarter of an inch and
freezing rain amounts up to one tenth of an inch appear possible.
Locally higher amounts cannot be ruled out. Temperatures will be
falling through much of the day in this area... so any slick spots
that develop on roadways may continue to be a concern into the
evening as well.

Due to the continued uncertainty concerning this event... everyone
with interests across north Georgia are urged to remain alert for any
changes in later forecasts.


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