ATLANTA - A line of showers moved through north Georgia during the heart of the evening commute.
The showers started around 4 p.m. and quickly moved through metro Atlanta area over the next couple hours.
Be careful on the roads today. We have our traffic and all the spring breakers out there on wet pavement. #wsbtv— Glenn Burns (@GlennBurnsWSB) March 7, 2017
The storms will taper off in metro Atlanta by 11 p.m., Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz said.
Rain amounts are expected to be between a quarter of an inch to a half an inch.
The wet weather, however, isn’t lowering temperatures.
The next chance of rain comes Friday night into Saturday.
Happening now: Heavy Rain on Cobb Parkway in Marietta. Drive carefully. pic.twitter.com/oDAAKxPndb— Tom Regan (@tomreganWSB) March 7, 2017
Same storms produced tornadoes in Midwest
The same line of storms produced two tornadoes in Missouri late Monday night. The National Weather Service said there were corridors of significant damage in the Oak Grove area east of Kansas City, in Smithville north of Kansas City and in the Kansas suburbs of Leawood and Olathe.
Officials said there were no immediate reports of fatalities as a result of the storms.
In Clinton County, emergency crews found a line of damage from south of Plattsburg, about 30 miles northeast of Kansas City, east to the area south of Lathrop and on to Interstate 35, said Rick Bashor, police chief in nearby Cameron.
Two people were injured and taken to an area hospital, but neither injury was critical, said Bashor, who went to Clinton County to help in the aftermath of the storm.
Information from ABC News was used in this report.
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