• Severe Thunderstorm Watch canceled for all counties

    By: Katie Walls , Severe Weather Team 2


    ATLANTA - A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been canceled for all counties after storms moved through Sunday morning. 

    Through the overnight hours, a system moved through north Georgia and the metro Atlanta area that brought showers and storms.

    Stay with WSBTV.com and watch Channel 2 Action News for the latest forecast updates.

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    Around 2 a.m. a line of showers and storms moved through north Georgia that included lightning, damaging winds and hail. 

    Around sunrise, the showers and storms moved through the metro and out of most of the region.  

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    • Updated hour-by-hour forecast showing rain moving in for the holiday weekend. 

    • Updated hour-by-hour temperature forecast showing temperatures warming to near 90 degrees for part of the holiday weekend. 

    By 11 a.m. that system was completely out of the region, giving way to a partly cloudy sky. 

    “At this point, it looks like your Sunday afternoon will be mainly dry,” Walls said.

    Walls said that will change come Monday, where she is predicting a higher risk for severe storms.

    “We’re facing the potential damaging wind, large hail and lightning on Memorial Day,” Walls said. “It looks like widespread storms are on tap for your Monday.”

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