January 10, 2011 by staff
Atlanta Airport, Governor-elect Nathan Deal canceled all around its opening ceremonies tomorrow because of the time scheduled during the winter. (Photo by Susanna Capelouto)
Storm warnings of winter in the South are causing flight cancellations and longer lines at grocery stores in the Atlanta area. Several inches of snow forecast to fall overnight also affect the plans for the inauguration of the new governor of Georgia.
Hundreds of flights in and out of the Atlanta airport have been canceled in anticipation of the storm, which should make the conditions of snow and ice.
Grocery stores have good business people provisions of bread and batteries. And former member of Congress and the Republican governor elected Nathan Deal is scaling back the celebration of his inauguration
We will limit activities on Monday to all activities necessary to the inauguration itself. We cancel all other ceremonies.
These include a prayer service the morning and the Inaugural Ball in the evening. Deal is asking people to stay home and watch his inauguration afternoon on television instead.
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