Another round of severe weather could potentially impact Southwest Georgia later this week. According to the National Weather Service, southwest Georgia has an “increased risk” for severe thunderstorms that could potentially bring tornadoes, heavy rains and dangerous winds to the region. The threat begins Thursday and lasts through Saturday.
- The confidence in, and the threat for severe weather late this week continues to increase.
- The main threats would be damaging winds and tornadoes, with an equal chance of either at this time.
- Average rain amounts could be between 1-3” with locally higher amounts in the stronger — NWS Briefing 4/16/19
The good news is that southwest Georgia will see a brief cool spell Saturday and into Easter Sunday morning.