North Georgia update

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Real Estate Agent with AllMountainRealty.com

If you are traveling in Georgia or planning to DONT. The Feds have declared the state a disaster area. The State is in a state of emergency. The weather is really really bad. 

So what does that mean. South of Atlanta as far as Macon there is ice falling. North of Atlanta and in the mountains there is snow falling. I am from the northeast but no one unless you have a dog sled can drive on ice.As for the snow with 4 wheel drive you can go on flat ground. But the mountains are not flat. So you start down a hill and start to go faster. This is bad. But you cannot hit the brakes because you will start to slide. This is equally bad. Bottom line Stay put. I will have some great pictures to post when I get off my mountain.

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I know you got a bunch of snow up in the mountains Charlie....you should see the layer of ice here in Atlanta. I'm uploading a video now....watch for it later!

 

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