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ATLANTA – Some college districts in Georgia are closing or having a delayed begin Friday morning because of extreme climate.
A Twister Watch was issued for northern Georgia till 7:00 am right this moment.
Extreme climate brought main harm to Coweta County late Thursday night and early Friday morning. In Newnan, nice timber have fallen on homes and roads, the buildings had been broken and the electrical energy poles broke, leaving hundreds of individuals at the hours of darkness.
11Alive screens climate circumstances and retains monitor of updates from districts within the space.
Here’s a listing of what we all know to this point:
Coweta County Colleges – Closed
Polk Faculty District – closed
Bartow County Colleges – closed
Pickens County Colleges – Closed
Calhoun city colleges – two hours delayed
Heard County Colleges – closed
Fannin County Colleges – Closed
Cartersville Metropolis Colleges – Digital Studying Day * Floods and energy cuts in highschool are the causes of this sudden change within the college day, college tweeted. All different colleges are open and on an everyday schedule, together with the Ombudsman Middle. *
The Heritage Faculty – closed
Floyd County Colleges – Closed. * All extracurricular actions are additionally canceled for tomorrow. *
For a full listing of closures and delays as they grow to be out there, click on right here.
For 11Alive’s reside climate weblog, click on right here.