Several metro Atlanta school districts have closed or switched to only online learning Thursday as Hurricane Zeta moves in.
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North Georgia is currently under a Tropical Storm Warning. Zeta’s bands are already bringing rain to our area, but much more is expected as the storm gets closer.
Overnight, expect to see heavy rain, strong wind and even possible tornadoes. Trees and powerlines could fall and flooding is likely.
Many school districts preemptively closed to keep people off the road during the strongest part of the storm, which should be in north Georgia from about 3 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Forsyth, Bartow, Cherokee, Dawson, Coweta, Banks, Fannin, Haralson, Heard, Lumpkin and Towns counties will not have school, in-person or online, Thursday.
Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb, Hall, Floyd and Union counties as well as Carrollton and Buford city schools will have solely virtual learning Thursday.
Stay with WSBRADIO.com and LISTEN to 95.5 WSB Atlanta’s News & Talk for updates on the storm and school closing throughout the afternoon and evening.
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