It’s been rather cold here in our East Atlanta Patch area, and so too at Greenwood Cemetery in southwest Atlanta, where among the buried are synagogue founder and journalist, Frank Taffel, and singer-songwriter, Hank Ballard.
It will remain quiet and cold again Tuesday at the century-plus-old cemetery, where morning temps remained well below freezing, recorded as 8 degrees shortly before 10 a.m. The wind chill made it feel like minus-8 degrees.
Dangers of frostbite and hypothermia continue as the wind chill advisory continues until 1 p.m. today. The temperature in Atlanta won't reach 20 until 1 p.m. according to The Weather Channel, and even then it will feel like 10 degrees.