Snow was falling over parts of north Georgia and some exurban areas of metro Atlanta late Thursday afternoon, and Cobb County remains part of a winter weather advisory into Friday morning.
Here are a few links to check regarding road conditions, schools, weather forecasts and emergency preparedness in a worst-case scenario.
As of late Thursday afternoon, the Cobb County School District said it was monitoring weather reports but has made no announcements about Friday classes.
The school district has compiled an inclement weather fact sheet explaining its standard procedures and policies and information resources.
The Georgia Department of Transportation also has issued a winter weather watch resource page that includes potentially hazardous situations and other information.
Updated information on weather-related road conditions and accidents around the state is available by visiting the Georgia 511 site.
Motorists are encouraged to check for the latest conditions before heading out on the roads Friday morning.
The Georgia Emergency Management Association has put together an emergency weather online toolkit to help you prepare.
The National Weather Service provides constantly updated conditions and forecasts for every locality. Type in your zip code for the latest weather bulletins and an extended forecast.
Most of the rain in the Cobb area is expected to come before 11 p.m. Thursday, but freezing temperatures overnight could make road travel treacherous as the precipitation moves through north Georgia.
The main hazards are black ice and traveling on bridges and overpasses.
The low Thursday night is expected to be in the high 20s, with any snow accumulation less than half an inch in metro Atlanta.
After a rainy week, Friday will bring the first sunshine of the week. High temperatures will be in the low 50s, with lows in the high 20s.
Saturday and Sunday also will be sunny with highs in the 50s and lows near freezing both days.