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Viewer submited photo from early morning severe weather in Cumming

Viewer submited photo from early morning severe weather in Cumming

Cumming, GA--  Last night's storm has now crossed into the realm of being one of the deadliest storms in Georgia ever.  5 deaths have been reported at this point, and over 100,000 homes were without power.

The attached photo was submitted by a viewer in Cumming, GA.

This weekend is worthy of an 11!

This weekend is worthy of an 11!

ATLANTA -- The two-story WIZometer is on the 11Alive porch.

Our colossal WIZometer is saved for a select few Fridays -- the ones that mark the start of near-perfect weekends.

Friday and Saturday are both 11s on the WIZometer, with highs at or near 80 degrees. Sunday will be a 10, with a high of 72 and a low of 55.

Get outside this weekend, enjoy the beautiful weather and celebrate the beginning of spring!

All local Rita's locations will be giving away free Italian ice, and the Publix Georgia Marathon and Half Marathon will be off and running on Sunday, Mar.

GEMA wants residents to be prepared for any disaster as it promotes its' Ready Georgia campaign

GEMA wants residents to be prepared for any disaster as it promotes its' Ready Georgia campaign

Atlanta, GA--  This month is the 3 year anniversary of the terrible tornadoes that ripped through downtown and Buford communities.  In addition, we have all seen the destruction that the earthquake and subsequent tsunami has done to the country of Japan.

March 1st marks the beginning of Georgia's official tornado season and the Georgia Emergency management Agency says that "preparation is key to surviving violent and unpredictable storms."

Here are tips from the GEMA website:  

Tornado Watch for North Georgia until 8pm, 2/28

Tornado Watch for North Georgia until 8pm, 2/28

ATLANTA - The National Weather Service

Hall County Snow Pictures

Hall County Snow Pictures

Hall County, GA--  Much of Georgia received a healthy dusting of snow overnight and in the early morning hours, as the February Winter storm "blew-in" dropping roughly an inch of snow in the Atlanta area.

The traffic commute was mostly affected in the northern part of the state, near bridges and overpasses, but for the most part this snow event was tame compared to the Snowmageddon of this past January.

11Alive viewer submitted pictures can be seen HERE.  Please send your own snow pictures to photos@11alive.com

See Atlanta's Christmas Snow Photos

See Atlanta's Christmas Snow Photos

Atlanta, GA--  It was the 1st snow on Christmas Day in the Metro Atlanta area in more than 100 years. 

A number of our readers and viewers sent in their favorite pictures from the special Christmas surprise.

Send in yours and see the entire gallery by clicking here.