ATLANTA — Claudette became a tropical depression on Saturday evening after lashing the Gulf Coast.
The storm produced heavy rain in parts of metro Atlanta and downed trees and power lines. At least one tree fell on a car on Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway, trapping a woman inside.
The storm also spawned several isolated tornadoes in south Georgia.
Claudette is expected to re-intensify into a tropical storm after it moves out of Georgia.
The storm should be out of the area by Sunday evening.
We’re updating the timing and what areas might see the most rain, for Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
Here’s what you need to know:
- 4-8 inches of rain are possible in some areas
- Spotty rain showers continue Sunday afternoon
[INTERACTIVE: StormTracker 2HD Radar]
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