ATLANTA - At least 4,000 Georgia Power customers are without power as another day of powerful storms hit parts of metro Atlanta.
Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Brad Nitz said the storm left downed trees and power lines and standing water on roads in its path.
A severe thunderstorm warning including parts of Rockdale, DeKalb, Fayette, Henry, Coweta, South Fulton and Clayton counties expired Monday night.
We'll bring you the latest on power outages and storm cleanup on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport tweeted out that there was a ground stop there because of the weather.
⛈ Due to inclement weather, a ground stop has been issued for arrival flights. Departures are experiencing delays. Please check with your airline for updates or by visiting https://t.co/PG2ExpsAYm pic.twitter.com/EZF89REGZV— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) June 24, 2019
The ground stop was later lifted.
Nitz said today will have the most widespread risk of rain and storms this week.
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A weak front moves through overnight into Tuesday bringing, briefly drier air into the area. We’ll stay mainly dry Tuesday with highs in the low 90s.
Shower and storm chances will start rebuilding Wednesday with scattered storms Thursday through Sunday. Expect highs near 90 degrees each day.
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