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Public Information Statement
Issued: 3:13 PM EST Nov. 20, 2017 – National Weather Service

... NWS Peachtree City frost/freeze program has ended for the
season...

The frost/freeze program has ended for north and central Georgia.
The program at NWS Peachtree City is in effect until an area has
observed a hard freeze (28 degrees) or November 20, whichever
occurs first. Thus, frost and freeze advisories and warnings will
not longer be issued for the fall season.

The Spring frost/freeze program will begin on March 15 for all but
the following eight northeast Georgia counties: Fannin, Union,
towns, white, Lumpkin, Dawson, Pickens and Gilmer. For these
counties, the Spring frost/freeze program will begin on April 15.

The frost/freeze program is primarily intended for agricultural
interests, and these dates have been coordinated with our
agricultural partners, including the University of Georgia
department of crop and soil sciences and the environmental
protection division of the Georgia department of natural
resources.



313 PM EST Mon Nov 20 2017

... NWS Peachtree City frost/freeze program has ended for the
season...

The frost/freeze program has ended for north and central Georgia.
The program at NWS Peachtree City is in effect until an area has
observed a hard freeze (28 degrees) or November 20, whichever
occurs first. Thus, frost and freeze advisories and warnings will
not longer be issued for the fall season.

The Spring frost/freeze program will begin on March 15 for all but
the following eight northeast Georgia counties: Fannin, Union,
towns, white, Lumpkin, Dawson, Pickens and Gilmer. For these
counties, the Spring frost/freeze program will begin on April 15.

The frost/freeze program is primarily intended for agricultural
interests, and these dates have been coordinated with our
agricultural partners, including the University of Georgia
department of crop and soil sciences and the environmental
protection division of the Georgia department of natural
resources.


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