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The Sky this Week: Zodiacal Light

I hope you made it out to see the full snow moon last week. It was certainly a beautiful one! This week the moon will...

The Sky this Week: Full Snow Moon, Mercury and a pre-dawn ISS

After clouds keep us indoors tonight, a beautiful week for stargazing lies ahead. The biggest event of this week will be the full snow moon. This...

Severe Weather Awareness Week

This week, February 7-11, has been designated as Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Local and state emergency management agencies are partnering with the National Weather...

The Sky this Week: Bright Venus and a shifting Moon

We had a great few weeks turning our eyes from the night sky to the daytime sky and things you can see here on...

Heavy rain causes minor flooding across Northeast Georgia

The rain has stopped and floodwaters are receding across Northeast Georgia. All Flood Watches and Advisories have expired. The low pressure system that ushered in...

The Sky this Week: Clouds- The Finale

We've spent the last few weeks covering different types of clouds. From high clouds to thunderstorms we've covered just about every type of cloud...

Light snow falls across North Georgia

Some people woke up this morning to a little bit of winter in the South! A quick-moving storm system dumped light snow across parts...

The Sky this Week: Clouds! Part 3

We're continuing our look into everything you always wanted to know but were too afraid to ask about clouds. Two weeks ago we took a...

Scattered light snow showers possible overnight

Scattered light snow showers are expected to develop through the early overnight period in some parts of North Georgia. Snowfall amounts will be light,...

Winter Storm blankets Northeast Georgia in snow, ice

Snow is tapering off across North Georgia. 1-4" fell across most of the region this morning, with some sleet and freezing rain then impacting...

The Sky this Week: Clouds! Part 2

Last week we began a look at different cloud types. We covered "high" clouds last week, those that form above 16,500ft. https://nowhabersham.com/watch-the-skies-clouds/ This week we're going...

A history of January snow events in White County

(Sautee) - White County’s weather records cover nearly 79 years, starting in 1943 with the county's first US Weather Bureau Observer in Cleveland, Ms....