ATLANTA (AP) - North Georgia's weather is returning to normal.
Some icy patches remain, and a number of schools remain closed.
But temperatures in metro Atlanta are expected to rise to about
40 degrees on Monday and get to about 50 by late in the week.
That's typical for this time of year.
Several counties, including Carroll, Cherokee, Douglas, Hall and Paulding, announced that schools will remain closed Monday. Some counties in the Georgia mountains also are keeping schools closed.
Karlene Barron, a spokeswoman for the Georgia Department of
Transportation, told The Atlanta Jounral-Constitution on Sunday
that GDOT trucks had spent the weekend sanding and salting
She said most metro commuter routes should be in good shape
Monday, but sand and salt trucks will be on standby.
Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
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