ATLANTA - Storms have officially moved out of the metro area -- and cooler temperatures have moved in for Monday.
Severe Weather Team 2 tracked several tornado warnings throughout metro Atlanta on Sunday.
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Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Eboni Deon says Sunday night will end with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid-40s.
Early Monday morning, expect low to mid-40s and even high 30s in some areas of north Georgia. The next best chance of rain doesn't arrive until Friday, making a mostly sunny workweek.
All warnings have expired.
A tornado warning has been issued for parts of Morgan and Greene counties, moving northeast. It will be in effect until 9:30 p.m.
Tornado Warning for Greene and Morgan counties until 9:30 PM. SEEK SHELTER! pic.twitter.com/AX4hvUTSVb— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 15, 2019
A tornado warning has been issued for Franklin and Hart counties in northeast Georgia, moving northeast. This is just outside of the Channel 2 viewing area.
Tornado warning for Franklin and Hart counties in NE Georgia, moving NE.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 15, 2019
This is just outside of the WSB-TV viewing area. pic.twitter.com/Fxwz0hkXNt
Severe thunderstorm warning canceled for Gwinnett and DeKalb counties.
Severe storm warning canceled for Gwinnett and Dekalb counties. Heavy rain and gusty winds continue. Storm in Jackson county producing heavy rain near Jefferson and there could be some small hail. pic.twitter.com/QPkMmndvaq— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 14, 2019
A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for DeKalb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, southeast Fulton and northeast Clayton counties. The warning will be in effect until 8 p.m.
A Flash Flood Warning will be in effect for Lumpkin and Dawson counties until 12:15 a.m.
ABC News reports at least six people have died, including two children, as a result of severe storms that ripped through the South over the weekend.
16 tornadoes were reported across four states, with five in Texas, two in Louisiana, four in Mississippi and five in Alabama.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for parts of north Georgia until 10 p.m.
Severe thunderstorm watch until 10 pm. Approximately along and north of I-85.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Damaging wind gusts
Isolated tornadoes pic.twitter.com/5ipj4it93k
The severe weather threat is winding down for north Georgia, according to Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns.
Free and clear of any severe storms over most of the area now. Everything in NE GA should be gone by 2:15 pm/ Enjoy the rest of your Sunday afternoon. pic.twitter.com/ejy5ycEXVh— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) April 14, 2019
The tornado warning for Gwinnett has expired. A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Barrow, Jackson and Hall counties.
Rabun and Habersham are also under a thunderstorm warning until 2:15 p.m.
The Tornado Warning for Gwinnett County will expire at 1:30 p.m. but we have Severe Thunderstorm Warnings in effect for:— WSB-TV (@wsbtv) April 14, 2019
-Hall, Barrow and Jackson
-Rabun, Habersham until 2:15 p.m.@GlennBurnsWSB, @BradNitzWSB and @EboniDeonWSB will monitor the storms. pic.twitter.com/gZGxvA2R1S
A tornado warning is in effect for Gwinnett County until 1:30 p.m. Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns is tracking LIVE RIGHT NOW on Channel 2
Tornado Warning Gwinnett county until 1:30 pm pic.twitter.com/CG7dbqPvN0— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
The tornado warning has expired for Henry and Butts counties.
Spalding has been dropped from the tornado warning but the warning remains in effect for Butts and Henry counties until 12:30 p.m.
A tornado warning has been issued for Henry, Butts and Spalding counties until 12:15 p.m.
Henry and Spalding counties are now under severe thunderstorm warning
SEVERE T-STORM WARNING continues for Southern Henry, Spaulding, Butts counties. North of I-20 just rain, heavy at times, moving NE at 50 mph. pic.twitter.com/36deeXbPog— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) April 14, 2019
The tornado warning for Lamar, Upson, Pike and Talbot counties have expired. A severe thunderstorm warning is now in effect for Butts, Lamar and Pike until 12:15 p.m.
Tornado warning has expired for Upson, Lamar and Pike counties . Replaced with a Severe T-storm Warning for Butts, Lamar, Pike counties until 12:15PM.— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 14, 2019
TORNADO WARNING issued for Lamar, Pike, Talbot and Upson counties. Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burn is tracking the storms LIVE NOW on Channel 2 Action News
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued now for Upson County until 11:45 a.m.
Severe thunderstorm warning now for Upson County. Damaging wind gusts and hail possible. pic.twitter.com/wo5nSphWuS— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
We are now hearing of damage reports in Polk and Paulding counties with trees down on several roads.
Polk County 911 call center reports a few trees reported down on Akes Station Rd near the intersection with Hwy 278 in Esom Hill.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Emergency manager in Paulding County reports trees and power lines down on Hiram Douglasville Hwy (92) at Taylor Road and Tidwell Rd.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
More reports of downed trees and power lines are coming in, this time from Cherokee County
Emergency manager reports trees and power lines down in several locations across Cherokee County.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Meriwether County until 11:15 a.m.
We are starting to get reports of downed trees and power lines in parts of Georgia.
Reports of trees and power lines down, and a road closure near Summerville in Chattooga County.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Emergency manager reports some power lines down which sparked a small grass fire in Buford.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Severe thunderstorms in Columbus will move into the Channel 2 viewing area:
This severe thunderstorm near Columbus is moving NE at 50 mph and will threaten parts our area. pic.twitter.com/AacIs9qMil— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns has adjuted the storm threats for Sunday. The tornado and hail impact is now low, but the strong wind gusts are moderate.
Several northwest counties have been dropped from the tornado watch. Randolph and Cleburne counties in Alabama are no longer under a tornado watch.
Updated tornado watch area, NW Georgia has been dropped but it continues for the rest of us. pic.twitter.com/rDkZqR6Llq— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Meteorologist Brad Nitz is tracking large hail with the storm system moving through Polk and Haralson counties.
CAPE (storm energy) running up to around 1000 over the south side right now. That's enough to take advantage of the strong wind shear and produce isolated tornadoes.— Brian Monahan, WSB (@BMonahanWSB) April 14, 2019
Tornado watch continues for much of the area (except NW sections). @wsbtv
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Polk and Haralson counties until 10:15 a.m.
Some power outages have been reported in Heard County.
Emergency manager reports some power outages in NW Heard County.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Channel 2's Lauren Pozen is in StormChaser 2 and reports heavy rain and strong wind gusts in Carroll County. She'll have live reports on Channel 2 Action News Sunday AM and at Noon.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz says the severe weather threat is ending for extreme northwest Georgia.
The threat has ended for extreme NW Georgia but continues for the rest of us. We're tracking this live on WSB-TV now. https://t.co/VHn3svFuMQ— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Severe Weather Team 2 is monitoring a system moving through Randolph County that could be producing hail.
Watching rain, some heavy moving through our western counties. Also, monitoring closely the storm in Randolph county, AL for possible hail and winds 40 + mph. Live tracking now #WSB pic.twitter.com/05Ah7tP5vF— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 14, 2019
Storms moving into much more stable air now and weakening indicated. No new warnings anticipated at this time. pic.twitter.com/lQyuFbU33t— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) April 14, 2019
Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns says Polk to Carroll counties are next for heavy rain and gusty winds.
Watch for gusty winds and heavy rain from Polk to Carroll counties in the next 15-30 min. Not a lot of lightning, if any. Storms moving NE at 50 mph pic.twitter.com/vGOwBoTWCx— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) April 14, 2019
System remains linear all the way to the Gulf coast — we did not get the big area of storms along the coast that cuts us off.— Brian Monahan, WSB (@BMonahanWSB) April 14, 2019
Active severe warnings and a tornado watch until 2pm for north Georgia.
@BradNitzWSB @EboniDeonWSB tracking live on @wsbtv. pic.twitter.com/3yeXBTYIuq
Channel 2's Lauren Pozen is heading west toward Alabama for live reports on the ground as the storms move toward Georgia.
Getting ready to head on I20 West. I’ll have a live report coming up at the top of the hour of what we are seeing as the storm comes in. We are in Severe Weather Chaser 2. pic.twitter.com/VWj9lFPhzX— Lauren Pozen WSB (@LaurenPozenWSB) April 14, 2019
Floyd and Chatooga counties are under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 8:45 a.m.
Severe thunderstorm warning for Floyd and Chattooga Counties until 8:45 am. Damaging wind gusts likely. We're watching for possible tornadoes today. pic.twitter.com/68faiSrvRg— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Walker, Chattooga and Wade counties Georgia until 8:30 a.m., according to Severe Weather Team 2 Chief Meterologist Glenn Burns said.
Here is a map of the counties under a tornado watch until 2 p.m. eastern
A tornado watch has been issued for metro Atlanta and north Georgia, according to Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz.
Light rain is starting to fall in the western counties of Georgia.
Areas of light rain moving into our western counties. We are tracking the strong line of storms moving through AL heading in our direction. Warnings are in place along the south end of the line. pic.twitter.com/giwlVkKwrD— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) April 14, 2019
Severe storms are pushing their way central Alabama.
The heaviest rain and storms will arrive in metro Atlanta between 9 a.m. and noon.
Heavy rain and gusty winds with strong storms that will move through Atlanta mid to late morning. Storms move east with some clearing west to east by early evening. pic.twitter.com/KNfdsJES6X— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 14, 2019
Light rain showers are starting to move into northwest Georgia. Nitz says this line of severe weather will take a few hours to track all the way across Georgia.
Meteorologists Brad Nitz and Eboni Deon are tracking the storms all morning on Channel 2 Action News Sunday AM.
A tornado watch is in effect for eastern Alabama until 9 a.m. central. This includes Cleburne and Randolph counties.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz says the severe weather threat will rapidly increase as the morning goes on.
The severe storm outlook has changed. All of north Georgia is now under a slight risk instead of enchanced.
Updated Severe Storm Outlook: N.Georgia is now under a "slight risk" for severe storms. The enhanced risk area has shifted to our NE. We will continue to watch for severe storms w/damaging winds as the main threat. Isolated tornadoes & hail are possible. pic.twitter.com/jZgPN8dJ4b— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 14, 2019
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Eboni Deon says the line of severe storms are in western Alabama. Cleburne and Randolph counties in Alabama are under a tornado watch.
Stay with#WSB as we monitor & track the severe weather threat today. As of 4:20AM a few areas of rain are developing around the metro. The line of severe storms is moving through western AL heading east. Tornado Watch for Cleburne and Randolph counties til 9 AM CDT/10 AM EDT pic.twitter.com/cwxQzWePYq— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) April 14, 2019
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