ATLANTA (AP) — Forecasters say they're expecting a round of frigid winter weather to move into the region later this week.
The National Weather Service says it's expecting wind gusts Thursday morning that could cause wind chills in Georgia to plummet to the single digits. Meteorologists say Thursday's high temperatures could be below freezing in several areas.
Forecasters say Georgians should make plans to protect their pets, plants and pipes.
The cold weather moving into the region isn't expected to include rain, snow and other forms of precipitation.