Gov. Kemp, Senior Staff Hold Joint Briefing with GEMA, GDOT on Potential Winter Weather

January 27, 2019

(Atlanta, GA) – At 5:00 PM today, Governor Brian P. Kemp and his senior staff held a joint briefing with officials at the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) in anticipation of potential winter weather this Monday, January 28 through Wednesday, January 30.

“Over the weekend, Governor Kemp and his staff have closely monitored the forecast and received multiple briefings from emergency management personnel to plan for possible inclement weather,” said Cody Hall, Press Secretary. “Today at 5:00 PM, Governor Kemp received an updated briefing from GEMA and GDOT. As the forecast becomes clearer, more updates will be made available to the public. We ask Georgians to remain vigilant and prepare for all scenarios.”

Governor Kemp and his staff have been in regular communications with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and her staff to prepare for Super Bowl LIII and coordinate efforts as officials learn more information on the developing weather pattern.

Press Contacts:

Candice Broce - Director of Communications & Deputy Executive Counsel 
candice.broce@georgia.gov

Cody Hall - Press Secretary 
cody.hall@georgia.gov

Alexandra Beyer - Deputy Press Secretary 
alex.beyer@georgia.gov