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Weather doesn't keep some south Georgians inside

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Many of you heeded warnings about dangerous roads and stayed in Tuesday night, but some folks braved the weather to enjoy a night out.

We ran into Brad Pollack and Trey Brown at the Wynnsong 16 Theater in Albany. Pollack is a student at Georgia Southwestern in Americus. Since classes are canceled tomorrow, he decided to catch a late movie.

He's actually hoping for snow. "I am going to go out there on the truck or something and ride around in it on the field or something. Came out here because we are out of school tomorrow and then 6, 7 o'clock I said ain't nothing else to do. Why not come see a movie and stay out of it, you know," Pollack said.

A lot of businesses closed early Tuesday night, but the theater remained open and plans to open Wednesday as well.

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