ATLANTA — It was a very loud morning for north Georgia as a strong weather front moved through.
A line of heavy rain, frequent lightning and thunder woke up a lot of people Tuesday morning.
We’re tracking the storms as they move out of metro Atlanta on WSB Now – it’s free on your Roku, Amazon Fire or Apple TV as well as your WSB-TV News App.
There are no current severe weather watches or warning in north Georgia.
The storms caused the National Weather Service to issue a tornado warning for several metro counties early Tuesday morning. The front that is moving through has the capability of producing strong storms with rotation.
Here’s what else you need to know:
- The showers and storms are moving out of the area
- Drier air will move in after the front moves through
- High temperatures will reach into the 60s today
[INTERACTIVE RADAR: StormTracker 2HD]
Cox Media Group