Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Weather service: Bartow could see snow through midmorning. Wind advisory in effect all day; gusts to 50 mph possible. Latest community updates. Public Health restaurant scores. Later today: Jail reports.

For more on these updates and for today's latest news, business, weather and sports headlines, please see
Latest updates on the weather
-30% chance of  snow, sleet and rain through 9 a.m.
-Ooostanaula at nearly 12 feet after more than 3.6 inches of rain in some areas.
-Wind advisory through 7 tonight. We could see gusts as high as 50 mph.
-Updates all day on Hometown Headlins.


Ware Mechanical forecast:
-30% chance of snow today, high only 39 degrees.
Snickers the search dog needs a ride -- and today's your day to lend him a paw -- or hand.
Black Friday starts at 6 a.m. Thanksgiving day -- and how about a midnight chicken biscuit?
Tuesday's Public Health restaurant scores:
-For Floyd and Bartow counties.
Today's jail reports.
Honors for seven Berry Viking football players.
John McClellan's high school playoff picks:
Rough nights ahead for Darlington, Calhoun .
Georgia High School Football Daily.
-Forecast: Close loss for Calhoun; tough night for Darlington. No updates Thursday or Friday this week.
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:

-Wednesday: 30% chance of snow, rain; high of 39, low of 24.

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


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online at 

-Please join our guests Wednesday including:

-Brittany Sharp from Georgia Emergency Management on "Be Ready" when it comes to winter weather, and observing Winter Weather Awareness Week Dec. 2-6.

-Rome Mayor Evie McNiece on what's next for the city -- and for her.

-Lisa Stone of public health on the recent smoke out and what we can learn about lung health and smoking.



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