According to the National Weather Service, the line of storms that caused significant damage in Albany is likely the same strand that left four dead in Houston County, Alabama and caused significant damage in Early County, Georgia. In these photos, you can see multiple irrigation pivots flipped and trees on homes in the Early County area.
The Albany Herald is reporting that Doughtery County and Albany officials have declared a state of emergency and implemented a 7am-7pm curfew until crews can restore power and clear roadways.
According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, the winter precipitation forecast for tomorrow has shifted farther west and now shows Decatur, Grady and Mitchell Counties in the zone for “Winter Weather Advisory” and Thomas […]
The National Weather Service is predicting the possibility of winter weather for the northern half of Georgia this weekend. The warning stretches as far south as Americus. Special Weather Statement National Weather Service Peachtree City […]
Here’s your southwest Georgia area news roundup for Thursday, December 1, 2016: BAINBRIDGE, GA (SOWEGALIVE) – Bainbridge and Decatur County arrest reports for Wednesday, November 30, 2016 SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) – A 25-year-old Sylvester man wounded […]