ATLANTA — The rain we saw throughout the day and evening Tuesday will be moving to our south, but severe weather is headed our way.
Severe Weather Team 2′s Brad Nitz said isolated showers will become more widespread throughout Wednesday afternoon.
We’re using the most advanced weather technology to track the storms throughout the night, on Channel 2 Action News
Nitz said a warm front will move into North Georgia late Wednesday night and into early Thursday morning. The storms have to potential to spawn tornadoes and damaging winds.
Parts of North Georgia are under a Level 3 storm threat Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
The large Level 4 threat area where a tornado outbreak is likely Wednesday has expanded. The Level 3 threat has expanded into much of west Georgia for late Wednesday into Thursday morning. Tornadoes and 75+ mph gusts are possible locally. I'll have the lastest on Channel 2 today. pic.twitter.com/PVaPjUdSoO— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) March 16, 2021
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Here’s what you need to know:
- Rain, storms move to the south throughout night
- Stronger storms, severe weather expected overnight Wednesday into Thursday
- Wednesday and Thursday storms will have risk of brief tornadoes, hail and damaging wind.
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