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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.
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. -

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.

SKYFOX 5 flew over a home near Burlington and North Decatur roads in DeKalb County. They spotted a tree that fell on a two-story home. Luckily, there wasn't much damage to the home, but that can't be said for the crushed sedan parked below.

The homeowner tells FOX 5's Deidra Dukes that no one was injured when the tree fell. They are still assessing the damages.
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