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More Showers, Few T-Storms Moving In
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More Showers, Few T-Storms Moving In

So far, the rain hasn't been too impressive today.  Hartsfield Jackson Airport has only picked up 0.01" of rain so far.  We are watching a line of showers with a few embedded thunderstorms moving through NW Georgia approaching metro Atlanta.

As of 4:30pm, the line stretched from Fannin and Gilmer Counties in north Georgia, down through Bartow, Paulding, Polk, Haralson and Carroll Counties.  The line is moving pretty slowly.  It will eventually move into the Atlanta area.

The line did contain some dime size hail in NW Georgia early.  The intensity of the storms is weakening as it gets closer to Atlanta.  Don't expect too much in the rain guage from this line.  We could see between a quarter and a half inch of rain.  We aren't expecting any widespread severe weather with this line.  The main chance for severe weather is in Kentucky.

We will have a few lingering showers overnight into early tomorrow morning.  The rain will end Saturday morning then remain mostly cloudy with a few peeks of sun in the afternoon.  Sunday will be much better with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 70s. 

I'll have a webcast coming up soon!

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