January 10, 2011 by staff
Atlanta Snow, The snow that blanketed Metro Atlanta could remain on the ground for several days because the temperature barely get the freezing point throughout the week, according to Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Karen Minton.
These temperatures bitter “road conditions will not improve quickly, and likely to deteriorate. Freezing rain is falling in some areas, and the Department of Transportation encourages drivers to avoid driving “at least until Tuesday.”
Monday’s high temperature will be about 30. Tuesday’s high is 36, with a slight chance of drizzle in the morning. Then, a freezer will be back.
Minton called to heights of 30 and 32 on Wednesday and Thursday. Morning Thursday will be limited to 13, and there is a chance of flurries.
Friday should be a little warmer, a little above freezing point to 35.
In some parts of the metropolitan area, the snow turned to sleet and freezing rain. Up to a quarter inch of ice accumulation is expected in some areas, “said Minton.
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