As of 3pm there are a few t-storms in far N Georgia, none are severe at this point in time. We have tornado watches just to our north and west basically covering a large chunk of the US. There have already be a lot of tornado reports across the Midwest and the SE today. Here is the good news for us, nothing is happening now and when it does start getting closer to N Georgia the instability will have gone down a bit. Look below and chack out the STP (significant tornado parameter) for N Georgia at midnight tonight. It is down a bit from what it is right now across the midwest. This does not mean that we will not see a tornado or that the chance is less. All it means is that if a tornado forms it is less likely to be a massive one like they are seeing in the midwest as we speak.
Timing and Strength of Storms