(AP Photo/The Marietta Daily Journal, Kelly J. Huff)
(AP Photo/The Marietta Daily Journal, Kelly J. Huff)

A Winter storm of snow, ice and freezing temperatures hits the South, stranding motorists.

FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports from Pensacola, Florida:

It might not get much warmer than the freezing mark here today, or in many other places in the South. That means roads will continue to be treacherous. This tow truck driver in Fayetteville, North Carolina is quite busy:

(Tow Truck Driver) "Usually over embankments or into a ditch. People just losing control, going off the road. Some hurt, some not."

And power companies are pulling line crews from other parts of the country to help out. Homes in the South rely on electric heating. In Georgia, the national guard is using Humvees to move out cars stranded on snowy roads since yesterday.

In Pensacola, Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.

VIEW PHOTOS from the cold winter weather in the South (Photo Courtesy: AP):