According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, southwest Georgia could see severe weather on Wednesday:
WEATHER: Wednesday’s Weather Could Be Severe PLUS How Much Rain Should We Expect?
Strong to severe thunderstorms remains a possibility for Wednesday across the entire region as a squall line will sweep across the region ahead of a cold front.
* Timing: The prime time for strong to severe thunderstorms will be Wednesday morning through Wednesday night.
* Risk: The latest SPC outlook continues to have all of SE Alabama, SW/SC Georgia, and the Florida Big Bend and Panhandle in a Marginal Risk for severe storms on Wednesday.
* Threats: Primary threat is expected to be isolated damaging wind gusts. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
* Rainfall: Rainfall totals through Thursday will vary across the region, with totals generally remaining below 1 inch of rain. The highest accumulations are expected across southeastern Alabama and portions of southwestern Georgia, with totals between 0.50 to 0.75 inch. These totals will do little to alleviate the ongoing drought across the area.
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