Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Urge Residents To Be Ready For Freezing Temperatures This Week

Atlanta, Georgia: This week, temperatures are expected to drop below freezing, and Governor Brian Kemp is advising the people of Georgia to be prepared. Monday brought wintry weather to certain areas of the region as a result of a big storm system that is moving across the southeast.

State and local partners will be monitoring the weather system, according to the governor, who published this information on the X platform.

“Ahead of the freezing temperatures on the way to more parts of Georgia, be prepared for the impacts of this winter weather and take extra care on the roads,” stated the governor.

On Tuesday, January 16, 2024, several school districts have already stated that they will be closing their doors. Some are reserving the day for online education remotely. Marietta City Schools, Cobb County Schools, and Atlanta Public Schools are all closed to pupils due to the closure of schools in the metropolitan area.

Also Read: Complete List Of Schools Closed On January 16 In Georgia Due To Harsh Winter Condition

There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for a few counties in north Georgia, two of which are located within the metropolitan Atlanta area. On Tuesday morning, there is a possibility that certain areas in north central and northwest Georgia could see cold rain that is mild in intensity. Roads could become slick as a result of this.

It is advised to stay indoors and take extra precautions if you have to step outside in the chilly weather.