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OCONEE COUNTY, Georgia -- States in the south are dealing with unseasonably cold temperatures and snow this week -- and one sheriff's office in Georgia is getting the attention of drivers there with snarky messages on Facebook.

The messages are being posted on the Facebook page of the Oconee County Sheriff's Office -- which is east of Atlanta. Over the last day or so, officials have been using social media to keep people off the roads.

One post reads, "If a Deputy is directing you to not travel down a roadway, he or she probably has a good reason for doing so. The fact that you are from Wisconsin and 'this ain’t (expletive)' is really not pertinent."

Read more of the quirky social posts just below.

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