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High winds, bitter cold move in as snow moves out

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The snow moved out and the high winds moved into the state. This is a tree that was knocked down by the high winds Wednesday morning between Dahlonega and Vogel State Park. (Paul Milliken/FOX 5 Atlanta) The snow moved out and the high winds moved into the state. This is a tree that was knocked down by the high winds Wednesday morning between Dahlonega and Vogel State Park. (Paul Milliken/FOX 5 Atlanta)
This shot of the tree on the car from the ground shows the crushing destruction from the fall tree. (Deidra Dukes/FOX 5 Atlanta) This shot of the tree on the car from the ground shows the crushing destruction from the fall tree. (Deidra Dukes/FOX 5 Atlanta)
SKYFOX 5 spotted a tree that crushed a car in the back of that house near Burlington Road and North Decatur Road in DeKalb County. SKYFOX 5 spotted a tree that crushed a car in the back of that house near Burlington Road and North Decatur Road in DeKalb County.
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The rain, ice, flurries and snow moved out of Georgia by mid-morning Wednesday taking the clouds with it, but leaving behind strong, gusty wind and a bitter cold.

The FOX 5 Storm Team expected the winds to topple trees and cause some isolated power outages, not to mention block roads and cause damage to homes.

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