Effective from 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. Friday, the advisory warns temperatures could dip into the low 30s and frost can be expected overnight.
"Cool, dry pressure will continue to build in the area into Friday, resulting in clear skies and light winds," the warning says. "Temperatures overnight will drop into the mid 30s across north and central Georgia and into the low 30s in the northern and western portions of the state."
A freeze warning means freezing temperatures are forecast to threaten outdoor plants. Those with agricultural interests in the warned area are advised to harvest or protect tender vegetation.
Friday's high should reach the high 60s.
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