But some relief is on the way - warmer than average temperatures are expected across the country for much of next week and into the beginning of Thanksgiving week. Frost and freeze conditions could kill crops, other sensitive vegetation and possibly damage unprotected outdoor plumbing.
Our Severe Weather Alert Day coverage continues on this Tuesday as snow and cold continue to affect the mountains. Could be some icy spots as well as temperatures tomorrow will drop to record-breaking levels.
Veterans Day started off as a mild day with temperatures in the 50s after a sunny Sunday in many areas.
Winds will only become stronger through the overnight hours from the north, this could cause blowing and drifting of snow. This week will be colder with temperatures in the teens and 20s. Not that we haven't seen snow this early in the season, but it doesn't happen often. We'll mainly have to deal with wet snowflakes and sleet.
As a cold front sweeps across the Southeast this week, several Georgia agencies are giving out safety tips for Chattahoochee Valley residents.
Morning lows Thursday again will be in the low to mid 20s.
"It's going to start overnight (Monday into Tuesday)". It will be windy, too, with gusts up to 25 miles per hour and a wind chill as low as 15.
Early morning has been dry so far but we'll see rain developing as early as 7 a.m.in our northern counties. We will be close to the record of the coldest high temperature. With snow under foot and steam above, it'll be the kind of day for a hood and a hat as fall fades to wintry weather. Mix of sun and clouds. That will add a little bit of a bite to the air by the afternoon, but conditions will be improving late Tuesday and beyond.