Temperatures at 6 a.m. across metro Atlanta ranged from 30 degrees in Dunwoody and Dallas, 31 in Cartersville and 32 in Marietta and Alpharetta to 33 in Chamblee and Gainesville and 34 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. In the mountains, Blue Ridge reported 26, and it was 29 in Blairsville.
Georgia Department of Transportation road sensors showed that temperatures had roadway temperatures had dropped below the freezing mark across extreme north Georgia and were at 32 degrees in northern Cobb County at 6:30. Elsewhere across metro Atlanta, road temperatures remained just above freezing.
The winter storm that dumped more than a half-foot of snow across parts of north Georgia Wednesday and overnight has moved out of the state, leaving metro Atlanta interstates wet but mostly ice free during the early stages of Thursday’s morning commute. Full story.