ATLANTA (AP) _ Snow flurries fell in metro Atlanta and parts of North Georgia Friday night.
It's the coldest it has been in a hundred years for this date.
It might have been close to 80 degrees at the beginning of the week, but temperatures are in the upper 20s this morning.
And wind gusts of up to 30 miles per hour make it feel as if temps were in the teens.
Forecasters say it's going to stay cold today, creeping up maybe into the 40s, and plunge back into the middle 20s tonight and Easter morning.
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