Tuesday, November 26, 2013

More than half an inch of rain in Cartersville so far; half inch of snow possible early Wednesday. Flood watch, wind advisory in effect. Plus latest updates from Northwest Georgia

For more on these updates and for today's latest news, business, weather and sports headlines, please see www.bartowheadlines.com:
Half inch of snow, three inches of rain, gustts to 45 mph
-That's all possible as a wet mass of Gulf air collides with yet another cold front on the way.
-Flood watch in effect for Northwest Georgia.
-Wind advisory in effect with winds to 25 mph, gusts to 45 mph.
-Half-inch of snow possible
north of a Rome-to-Jasper line early Wednesday.
-Plus: Join Alex Gibbs of the National Weather Service's Peachtree City office on today's Hometown Radio at 8:40 a.m. on WRGA 1470 AM.
Groundb-reaking for new Courtyard by Marriott set for Dec. 18., according to Doss.

Greater Rome Board of Realtors ships 60 Christmas gift boxes to Marines stationed in Afghanistan.
Later today: Rome Christmas Parade Grand Marshal to be announced.


Ware Mechanical forecast: 100% rain chance.
Monday's Public Health restaurant scores:
-For Floyd and Bartow counties.
Today's jail reports. 
John McClellan's high school playoff picks:
Rough nights ahead for Darlington, Calhoun as seasons end.
Norman's No Nos:
-Get Norman's take on who loses during the weekend's rivalry games in college football.
joins us for an hour to talk college football on
Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 1470 AM this Friday from 7 until 8 a.m.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:

-Tuesday: 100% rain chance, high of 42, low of 34.

-Get your three-day forecast and updated weather links at Hometown Headlines.


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online atwrga.streamon.fm

-Please join our guests Tuesday including:

-Lou Dempsey and Keith Baldwin from American  Auctioneers and the changes in the auction business.

-Live coverage of the 2013 Rome Christmas Parade grand marshal selection.

-Meteorologist Alex Gibbs from the National Weather Service's Peachtree City office on what we can expect for the next 36 hours: more rain, maybe snow and ice?

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