The rain that settled over Northeast Georgia on Monday is likely to stick around for most of this week, and that has led to a flood watch.
Winter is going to make its presence felt in North Georgia tonight, right on time.
If you're planning to travel for Christmas or New Year's, you can expect more people to be sharing the road with you.
Weather patterns in Northeast Georgia should usher in more seasonal temperatures this week along with more chances for rainfall.
There's no need to drag out your heavy coat just yet.
An early fire was the exception to an otherwise quiet Thanksgiving in Hall County.
Leaves aren't the only things falling this autumn in Northeast Georgia, as gasoline prices are also drifting lower.
Georgia motorists who have noticed from afar the soaring prices of gasoline in California probably don't have to worry about a similar spike here.
You may be shivering now, but don't put the shorts and T-shirts away just yet, as temperatures are expected to be back in the mid-70s by the weekend.
A total of 2 to 3 inches of rain in Northeast Georgia could fall in the next couple of days as a low-pressure system continues to move along the Appalachian Mountains.
The late summer and early fall allergy season is in high gear until lower temperatures slam on the brakes.
Laura Fay Irvin Vandiver was remembered Monday as a woman who excelled in multiple fields.
The level of Lake Lanier has risen from 1,063.50 feet above sea level at midnight on July 10 to 1,063.62 feet at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Lake Lanier appears to be on the rebound after the rainfall in the Gainesville area over the last few days.
The search for 13-year-old Griffin Prince, missing since a June 19 boating accident on Lake Lanier, focused Tuesday on areas where search dogs picked up scents.