If you were not among the throngs treating local grocery stores like a cloud of locusts, and you somehow missed planning for the Snow/Ice/Sleetpocalypse that is now upon us, what can you do to fill your belly and get your drink on? Here are the places we know of that are open Wednesday.
Since we're all stuck inside for the next 36 hours and probably beyond that, we might as well listen to some good tunes together. Feel free to post YouTube links to your favorite snow-day/ice-storm songs in the comments after the jump. We'll choose our favorites throughout the storm and throw 'em in our video playlist.
The worst of the two winter storms coming through Georgia today and tomorrow is expected to hit north and east of metro Atlanta—including Athens, according to the National Weather Service.
Athens and points north can expect up to two inches of snow today and an additional two–four inches on Wednesday, along with a quarter- or half-inch of ice.
The following events on Tuesday, Feb. 11, Wednesday, Feb. 12 and Thursday, Feb. 13 have been cancelled or postponed. Check back for updates.
Trucks headed to Atlanta might be rerouted through Athens during the ice storm that's expected to hit North Georgia tonight.
Public Safety Commissioner Mark McDonough said his department is considering two alternate routes for trucks that ordinarily would be passing through Atlanta (not those that are making deliveries in Atlanta): U.S. Highway 441 and U.S. Highway 27, which runs along the Alabama state line.
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