ATLANTA (AP) - North Georgia residents shouldn't expect a repeat
of the winter storm that paralyzed the region this week.
Forecasters say there will likely be a mix of rain and sleet in northeast Georgia by early Tuesday, but it should change to rain by midmorning.
There is only a slim chance of snow for the area.
Metro Atlanta should expect high temperatures well above freezing on Monday and Tuesday, and forecasters say the rain should move out of the area by Wednesday.
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