The Associated Press
A pedestrian walks on the Downtown Mall on Saturday in Charlottesville, Va. A blizzard battered the U.S. capital and Mid-Atlantic states, with emergency crews struggling to keep pace with the heavy, wet snow that piled up on roadways, toppled trees and left thousands without electricity.
ATLANTA (AP) - Several areas across the Deep South might soon be
glazed with another coating of snow.
The National Weather Service says 2 to 4 inches could fall late
Sunday and early Monday across southern Tennessee and northeastern
Alabama, while 1 inch to 2 inches could fall in parts of northern
and central Georgia.
Mountainous portions of Georgia and the Carolinas could get up
to 3 inches.
Several cities that are ill-equipped to deal with icy roads and
piled snow, including Atlanta, were paralyzed by a snowstorm that
dropped several inches of snow on the region Friday and Saturday.
Thousands of flights were canceled at the nation's busiest
airport in Atlanta, and icy streets caused hundreds of
fender-benders in the region.
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