ATLANTA - Snow and ice spread across much of north Georgia through the day Friday. By Saturday morning, the snow mostly came to an end across the state. The FOX 5 Storm Team gathered video and pictures of the winter weather and its impact throughout the region.
UPDATED 7:10 a.m. Saturday
FOX 5 Storm Team's Joanne Feldman says as snow moves out, the wind gusts are getting stronger.
UPDATED 2:15 a.m. Saturday
FOX 5's Paul Milliken reported from the FOX 5 Storm Chaser snow is still on the ground in Dahlonega, Ga. He said the ride up Georgia Highway 400 was actually pretty smooth with no major ice patches.
Good morning!! Here's your 2:15am update from Dawsonville... FOX 5 AtlantaPosted by Paul Milliken FOX 5 on Friday, January 22, 2016
UPDATED: 1:30 p.m. Saturday
FOX 5's Nathalie Pozo reporting major delays at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport overnight. People are sleeping throughout the airport terminals. The delays are because of the massive snow storm that is moving through across much of the East Coast. Click here for more information on the flight delays.
UPDATED 12:15 p.m. Saturday
Senior I-Team Photographer A.J. Willen took this time lapse video of snow fall accumulation near Tucker. The video spans about 9:30 to 11:30 p.m. Friday.
UPDATED: 11 p.m. Friday
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UPDATED: 10 p.m. Friday
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UPDATED: 8 p.m. Friday
FOX 5 viewer Perry Heather Shaw shared with us this video from Pickens County. It looks likes they were having some fun in the snow on their lawn mower.
When you don't have a 4~wheeler you use your lawn mower in Georgia~Pickens County Henderson Mtn area Michael ShawPosted by Perry Heather Shaw on Friday, January 22, 2016
UPDATED: 7:30 p.m. Friday
FOX 5 viewer Ashley Wade shared this video of her puppy seeing the snow for the first time.
Our pups first time seeing snow.Posted by Ashley Wade on Friday, January 22, 2016
UPDATED: 7 p.m. Friday
Diego really loves the snow! He just wouldn't stop! Check out his story here.
UPDATED: 6:30 p.m. Friday
FOX 5's Doug Evans ran into this major snow show in Gainesville.
Earlier in the day, FOX 5's Doug Evans took some video in downtown Gainesville as the snow began to fall.
Here is some video I shot of the snow coming down in Gainesville. I am in the Fox 5 Storm Chaser tonight. Stay safe and warm! FOX 5 Atlanta David Chandley FOX 5Posted by Doug Evans FOX 5 on Friday, January 22, 2016
UPDATED: 6 p.m. Friday
The snow started rolling into metro Atlanta late Friday afternoon. The first reports were in north Gwinnett and Cherokee counties.
This is video from Gwinnett County as the snow came down.
The FOX 5 Traffic Team spotted some large flakes coming down late Friday afternoon near Interstate 285 and Glenwood Avenue. The Georgia Department of Transportation's camera at that location captured the video. It showed the very large flake floating down in front of the lens.
Traffic on the roadways appeared to slow down more than the average Friday commute because of the winter weather.
Sandy Springs also began to see snow around the same time. At the time of this video, none of the flakes appeared to be sticking to the ground, but they were becoming more visible in the air.
Decatur saw large flakes coming down just before 6 p.m. Friday. Residents there said this was the heaviest snowfall they have seen in a couple of years. The snow appeared to begin to stick to the ground as the air started to cool a bit.
The FOX 5 Studios also started to see a sprinkling during FOX 5 News at 5. The snow could be seen coming down near some of the satellite receivers.
Up in Rabun County, the snow had been falling for a while as the snow began to fall in metro Atlanta. Check out this video.
UPDATED: 5 p.m. Friday
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UPDATED: 4 p.m. Friday
This is video posted to the Towns County Facebook page of a Georgia Department of Transportation truck that overturned. It shows the truck being put upright. This is one of the vehicles used to clear and treat the roadways and is a good reminder to avoid driving when possible.
How to lift an overturned #GDOT truck. #Jonas (video by Sheriff Chris Clinton)Posted by Towns County Sheriff's Office on Friday, January 22, 2016
UPDATED: Noon Friday
Parts of north Georgia woke up to snow on the ground Friday morning.
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The snow quickly made driving conditions hazardous. Good Day Atlanta's Marc Teichner spent the night on the roads overnight and early Friday morning as Georgia Department of Transportation crews plowed the streets in the affected areas. GDOT will continue scouting roads and treating areas as needed. They are urging anyone who doesn't have to be on the roads Friday to stay at home.