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Freezing temperatures continue in Georgia

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Thursday morning temperatures. Thursday morning temperatures.
Crews at the Marietta National Cemetery worked to cut up and clear a large tree that fell due to the wind Tuesday night. Crews at the Marietta National Cemetery worked to cut up and clear a large tree that fell due to the wind Tuesday night.
ATLANTA -

It was another unseasonably cold morning across north Georgia and metro Atlanta. Some places dipped down to the lower 20s.

The good news according to FOX 5 FOX 5 Storm Team Meteorologist Joanne Feldman is that there is no wind chill this morning.

After 9am, the Freeze Warning will be lifted and temperatures will climb to warmer levels than yesterday with a mostly sunny afternoon. The highs will be in the cool mid to upper 50s today.

Expect one more night of cold weather before temperatures return to normal.

For the complete forecast from the FOX 5 Storm Team visit myfoxatlanta.com/weather

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