01/18/2018 — Dunwoody, GA - Marcy Ringel, 4, foreground, slides down a snow covered hill as her older sister, Lucy Ringel, 8, prepares to follow in Dunwoody, Thursday, January 18, 2018. A wintery mix on Wednesday left roads around metro Atlanta covered in snow and ice. The weather forced Governor Nathan Deal to proclaim a state of emergency for more than 80 counties. ALYSSA POINTER/ALYSSA.POINTER@AJC.COM
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Paralysis follows third winter storm

Metro Atlantans are ready to cry uncle over the winter that won’t quit -- and is far from over.

Already Atlanta has received 4.7 inches of snow, the 11th highest total since such records started being kept in 1928 and the most since the winter of 2013-14, when the city recorded five inches of snow. 

IN-DEPTH: A winter for Atlanta’s record books — and it’s only January

Unlike the winter’s previous two storms, last week’s icy adventure brought unique challenges, due more to its reach than ferocity. 

Could we see more snow before this winter is over? See what forecasters have to say.

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