Strong storms have popped up across a weak stationary front to the north and to the south east from the tropical system in the Gulf. The chance of rain in the Atlanta for the rest of the night will be low however for a few reasons. The flow at the upper levels is from the SW to the NE, so all of the storms to the NW have been moving towards the NE. Also, even though the storms that are trying to move into the western sections of the state are running into some more unstable air, they just don't have a low level boundary to move on. So I think the chance of t-storms in the metro Atlanta area is very low tonight. However to the NW of the city the chance of t-storms remains high from around Polk to Bartow to parts of Cherokee county.