Just stay home... That's advice from authorities in south Georgia on how to deal with this unusual winter weather. Channel 4's Tim Pulliam traveled to Ware County today -- about 77 miles north of Jacksonville. He joins us now LIVE in Waycross. Tim, what are people there most concerned about? 3 3 3 00-1022-2752-1'00Waycross Georgia is cold.The temperatures were near freezing throughout most of the day.As this train traveled through town .. our camera spotted ice at this highway-rail grad crossing. 0940 It's actually a bit chilly.Angela Monroe says she found some slick spots on her way to the grocery store this morning.Angela Monroe/Resident 1042 I haven't heard of many accidents. But I've heard of a few sliding back and forth. I even slid a little bit myselfAnd that's why Ware County leaders shut down government offices and schools today ahead of the winter storm.But Jonathan Daniel, director for emergency management says there were no major accumulations of ice on the roadways and no accidents or power outages.Daniel says that could change overnight after more rain fell today. Jonathan Daniel/ Ware County Emergency Management Director 054120 The biggest thing that we are concerned about is the icy road conditions for this after noon and tonight. We are not expecting to warm up until tomorrow morning above freezing until 11 o'clock. Georgia Department of Transportation says they have 40 trucks with salt and rock to spread across 24 southeast counties.Jill Nagel/GDOT Phoner 0458 We are prepared at the headquarters With the stone to put on the roadways to break up the ice Our crews are out there 100% and really paying attention to our roadways. 3 Tim - Are people there staying off the roads?Answer - It doesn't appear that way. We have seen a steady flow of traffic all day.But if neighbors see road conditions getting bad tonight they should call 912- 285-6009. That number is for Pierce, Ware and Charlton Counties.