Light snow flurries were reported Saturday evening across the metro area, but temperatures were not cold enough to facilitate major accumulation.
Good thing, or bad, depending on your perspective, the snow didn't fall Sunday, as temperatures remained below freezing late into the morning.
Saturday's light band of precipitation moved across Fulton, north Clayton and parts of Cobb and Forsyth just before 7 p.m., the National Weather Service reported.
The rest of metro Atlanta endured a steady drizzle most of Saturday, dodging the frigid blast that frosted our northern neighbors.
The bad weather knocked out power to some 1,200 Rabun County residents in north Georgia on Saturday night. All power was restored by 11:30 a.m. today, according to the electric membership cooperatives (EMCs).
Temperatures are expected to climb into the 40s today, falling below freezing overnight. Monday's high is predicted to top 50, with skies remaining sunny.
--Staff writers Rhonda Cook and Mashaun D. Simon contributed to this report.
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