The National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Georgia is reminding residents that this is Winter Weather Preparedness Week. Northwest Georgia and Northeast Georgia see more winter weather than any other part of the state. The National Weather Service wants people to be aware of the terms that are used when winter weather is imminent. Know the difference between a outlook, watch, advisory, and warning. The National Weather Service has prepared a chart to help you understand the different terms ranging from a “Hazardous Weather Outlook” to a “Blizzard Warning” – and yes, the National Weather Service has issued a “Blizzard Warning” before – in 1993. Review the chart below and become familiar with the terms used during winter weather events in Georgia.