Heavy snow moves in making for trecherous conditions

'Multi-day episode' of frigid wind chills on the way for city

'Multi-day episode' of frigid wind chills on the way for city

Snow will quickly move out of the area by lunchtime, leaving behind a trace to 3 inches of accumulated snow.

Monday will overall be pleasant with highs near 50 but clouds will be increasing throughout the day ahead of the cold front that will be moving into the mountains late.

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- The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for north Georgia, including the metro Atlanta area, starting late Monday night. Temperatures will drop below zero Monday evening, staying below zero until at least Thursday. Cook County and northern Lake County are under a wind chill warning until noon Monday. We have a good fighting chance to beat the snowiest January on record and also log the coldest high temperature on record if Wednesday's forecast pans out.

A Winter Storm Watch means there is the potential for significant snow accumulations that may impact travel. Gusty winds will produce unsafe wind chill values down to -30, -40 and even -50 degrees in some locations during the period. Travel will be very hard and may even lead to road closures through the day Monday. Temperatures by Tuesday morning could fall into the single digits around the area. A wind chill of 57 below was reported at the Grand Marais airport. Extreme wind chills of minus 40 to minus 45 will occur tonight into Friday morning. Highs in the upper 20s are possible by Saturday, the Weather Service reported.

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