ATLANTA - Severe storms caused damage as they moved through metro Atlanta Wednesday morning.
Several tornado warnings were issued as the storms moved through. They have now all been canceled.
Severe Weather Team 2 is tracking the timing of showers in your neighborhood, on Channel 2 Action News starting at 4 p.m.
The Atlanta airport also issued a ground stop due to the weather. It has since been lifted, but delays remain.
Severe Weather Team 2 says rain and storms will continue for parts of the area until this afternoon.
Follow our minute-by-minute coverage below:
12:19 p.m. The risk for severe weather has come to an end across our viewing area, Nitz says.
11:40 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brian Monahan says although the severe storms are moving out of the area, rain will continue in some parts through the afternoon. We're tracking the wet weather LIVE on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
11:15 a.m. Risk of severe storms over for metro Atlanta, but still moving through middle Georgia.
Lightning, rain continues across the Metro and the risk for severe is done for the Metro. The line of strong storms to the Metro's south (circled) is moving through Middle GA and away from the Metro. pic.twitter.com/EH3kumLHuV— Katie Walls (@KatieWallsWSB) February 7, 2018
11:10 a.m. Showers and storms will taper off this afternoon, but there's a cold front behind it. Oh, and the rain's not completely out of the picture yet. Join Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz for your updated hour-by-hour forecast, plus at look at the rainy week ahead, on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
11:00 a.m. Storms continue to move east through north Georgia.
10:50 p.m. Channel 2's Steve Gehlbach says the American Red Cross is on site helping families whose homes were damaged in the storms.
American Red Cross helping 3 families with units damaged when trees came down around 7:45a in Bremen pic.twitter.com/4CAjreMwgV— Steve Gehlbach (@SteveGWSB) February 7, 2018
10:36 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Brian Monahan tracking line of strong storms near Athens now.
10:32 a.m. FAA lifts ground stop at Atlanta airport. Ground delay now in affect with departure delays between 15 and 30 minutes.
10:26 a.m. Nitz is watching for possible severe weather in the line of storms from Athens to LaGrange.
Watching for possible severe weather in the line of storms from Athens to LaGrange (moving east). Just rain north. pic.twitter.com/1jTS1TOxoj— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) February 7, 2018
10:23 a.m. Reports of multiple trees down in Heard County along Huff Rd. near Roopville, Nitz says.
9:53 a.m. FAA issues ground stop at Atlanta airport as severe weather moves through.
Severe weather may impact travel at #ATL. Please monitor your airline's media channels for flight information. As of 9:45 a.m., the @FAANews has issued a traffic management program, commonly called a ground stop, for ATL. Check for updated status here: https://t.co/o96qeZOnCe— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) February 7, 2018
9:46 a.m. Gehlbach will be LIVE in Bremen on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
Truck trampled by tree and trampoline during morning storm in Bremen pic.twitter.com/T2Nlvd2HHn— Steve Gehlbach (@SteveGWSB) February 7, 2018
9:34 a.m. Wires hanging low over Buford Highway, so roadway will remain closed, Duluth police officials tweeted.
@GeorgiaPower working hard to put power poles back up along Buford Hwy. Wires still hanging low over Buford Hwy, so roadway will remain closed. Please continue to monitor social media for your evening commute. #ATLtraffic pic.twitter.com/oFOGJYyohu— Duluth Police Dept (@DuluthGAPolice) February 7, 2018
9:27 a.m. Channel 2's Steve Gehlbach is in Bremen where he's already seeing storm damage.
Large tree fell on apt. building in Bremen. Everyone is okay. Most damage to carport pic.twitter.com/9aNy9XPXFk— Steve Gehlbach (@SteveGWSB) February 7, 2018
9:26 a.m. The Tornado Warning has ended, Nitz says.
9:25 a.m. Nitz live NOW on Channel 2 tracking all storms in your area.
9:23 a.m. Heard County Tornado Warning canceled, Nitz says.
9:22 a.m. Nitz tracking storms southwest of Newnan right now.
9:17 a.m. Tornado Warning issued for Coweta, Heard, Meriwether and Troup counties.
9 a.m. Crews are working on a power outage to the City’s circuit serving the Raco Industrial Park and Discovery High School area, Lawrenceville officials said.
"We appreciate everyone’s patience as repairs are made and will keep everyone up-to-date on the latest from our Facebook page."
8:49 a.m. Channel 2's Mike Petchenik seeing lots of rain in Dunwoody.
8:45 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Brad Nitz reporting storm damage.
Damage reported to a roof and four trees down in Bremen, Haralson County.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) February 7, 2018
8:44 a.m. Heavy rain at the airport in Atlanta with low visibility.
Heavy rain at the airport in Atlanta with low visibility. Be careful traveling in the heavy pic.twitter.com/hzCmSHIpdE— Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) February 7, 2018
8:16 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 is monitoring for additional threats.
8:10am: Tornado warning canceled now, but storms are moving into Metro Atlanta. We’re monitoring for additional threats. Stay tuned.— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) February 7, 2018
8:11 a.m. All Tornado Warnings have been canceled, Minton says.
8:09 a.m. Some storms are heading toward parts of metro Atlanta, including Cobb County, Minton says.
8:07 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Karen Minton says a sliver of storm is moving through Mason Creek Elementary School in Douglas County.
Severe Weather Team 2 is tracking the timing of showers in your neighborhood, on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
8:04 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Karen Minton says Haralson County is now OUT of the Tornado Warning.
7:58 a.m. Strong wind gusts embedded with this Tornado Warning in Carroll, Haralson, Paulding counties, Minton said.
LIVE NOW: Strong wind gusts embedded with this Tornado Warning in Carroll, Haralson, Paulding counties -- Watch Channel 2 Action News NOW pic.twitter.com/czUdD5sz8E— WSB-TV (@wsbtv) February 7, 2018
7:56 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Karen Minton says the Tornado Warning is over Villa Rica area.
7:54 a.m. Count on Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Karen Minton as this system moves through. LIVE NOW on Channel 2.
7:52 a.m. Severe Weather Team 2 is LIVE now. WSB-TV sent a breaking news alert for our viewers in the area.
7:44 a.m. Tornado Warning issued for Carroll, Haralson, Paulding counties until 8:15 a.m.
Significant Weather Advisory for southern Haralson county and Carroll County until 8am. Risk of 40-50 mph winds. Watching this line for potential of brief tornado spin up. Stay weather aware. pic.twitter.com/iE0Eae3rgG— Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) February 7, 2018
What can viewers only get on Channel 2 Action News:
- Updated hour-by-hour cloud and rain forecast showing the timeline of rain moving out today and tonight’s clearing trend
- Updated hour-by-hour cloud and rain forecast showing the timeline of showers returning to north Georgia Friday and the waves of wet weather over the weekend
- Updated forecast rainfall amounts through the weekend
Upper level system + cold front will produce heavy rain and isolated strong to severe storms. As much as 1"-2" of rain possible today leading to ponding of water on some roads. Travel with caution today. pic.twitter.com/eiv1v0j9Am— Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) February 7, 2018
🌧️ Be sure you have the latest rainy weather forecast with the Severe Weather Team 2 weather app: https://t.co/LkJj0GSzTH #StormWatchOn2— WSB-TV (@wsbtv) February 7, 2018
LIVE coverage all morning long from @KarenMintonWSB @SteveGWSB on Channel 2! pic.twitter.com/xPRsNJ2otl
Wet roads will make your commute messy this morning. It is moving to the NE at 4:30am. Heavier showers will develop throughout this morning with isolated strong to severe storms. Weather and traffic every 10 minutes on Channel 2. pic.twitter.com/yUhN0Deheu— Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) February 7, 2018
Heavy rain moving through Heard county. Moderate to heavy rain over SE Randolph county in Alabama moving toward Heard county. It's going to be a wet and possibly stormy morning. pic.twitter.com/R8bbEz6VTP— Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) February 7, 2018
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