The National Weather Service is predicting that Thursday’s weather could turn severe as a storm system approaches southwest Georgia.
From the NWS and the Decatur County EMA:
“Another system will move through the region tomorrow, bringing a chance for an isolated strong to severe storm across Southeast Alabama and portions of southern Georgia tomorrow afternoon. While the Storm Prediction Center does not have an outlook for these areas, we feel that it is certainly possible that the marginal risk currently in place to the north could be extended south and west in future updates. Here are the highlights of what to expect below:
-Where: Southeast Alabama, portions of southwest and south-central Georgia
-Timing:Thursday afternoon, threat diminishing by Thursday evening
-Threat: The strongest storms will be capable of producing damaging wind. Tornadoes are not expected with this system.”
Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
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