Friday , July 1 2022

ATLANTA STORMS TODAY: MINUTES-RECORD: Rainline, storms move to Georgia this morning


ATLANTA – It was wet and stormy for many parts of Georgia as a line of storms made through Georgia.

Ein Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologists have been watching this storm system for more than a week as it is developing throughout the country.

We use the world's most powerful weather technology to track the strong storms as they move to North Georgia and Atlanta's metro on Channel 2 News Action

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10:41 a.m.:

The line of rain and storms has moved mainly to the south of the metro of Atlanta and weakens as it moves out. We will have updates on our next opportunity later this week on Daytime Channel 2 Action News.

8:57 a.m.

The rainfall line and storm storm line moves through the metro of Atlanta, but the main effect is heavy rainfall.

8:04 a.m.

Watch Tornado for Georgia was watched. The line of rain and storms still moves through the metro of Atlanta.

7:54 a.m.

A Significant Weather Consultation has been until 8:15 a.m. for the South Hall, Forsyth, and NE Gwinnett. 40-50 mph winds possible. Move east east for 40 mph.

7:35 a.m.

The line of rain and storms moves closer to Atlanta. There are no watches or notices along this line.

7:09 a.m.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning was issued for eastern central Cherokee, northern Forsyth, southeastern Dawson and central western counties until 7:30 a.m.

7:03 a.m.:

The line of rain and storms have weakened as they move through the metro of Atlanta.

6:51 a.m.

Tornado was watched to all but just north-east Georgia now. The line weakens … but it still has a heavy rain, a potential for 40+ mph wind winds now moving to the north meter.

6:27 a.m.

The tornado watch has updated to get rid of some counties.

6:13 a.m.

The rain line and storms move to the counties of Paulding and Cobb west.

5:57 a.m.

The National Weather Service anticipated the cancellation of the Serious Too Serial Warning for Fannin, Gilmer, Gordon and Pickens for 6 a.m.

5:44 a.m.

Triple Team Electricity reports that accidents are reported on the Atlanta metro media – and some are because of the wet roads. More rainfall could come to commute even even worse.

5:23 a.m.

Severe storm warnings issued for Gordon County until 6:15 a.m.

5:21 a.m.

The main threats for a strong storm line will be 40-60 mph wind falls, but there is also a possibility of casting a small tornado too.

4:58 a.m.

Severe storm warning issued for Fannin and Gilmer until 5:30 a.m.

4:50 a.m.

Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brian Monahan said he had received information that there are no reports of damage to date in northwestern Georgia as storms move through.

4:35 a.m.

A storm line moves towards the counties of Chattooga and Floyd about 40 mph. There are 40-60 mph wind barriers and a compact tornado is possible.

4:18 a.m.

Severe storm warnings issued for the counties of Catoosa, Whitfield, Walker and Dade in northwestern Georgia. Underground storms were located along a stretching line from Fabius near Dutton, moving eastwards for 50 mph.

3:53 a.m.

Two schools have postponed the start of classes due to the storms. Elementary Menlo School and Leroy Massey Elementary School in Chatooga County will have a three-hour delay.

3:27 a.m.

Watch Tornado published for the counties of Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Dawson, Fannin, Floyd, Gilmer, Gordon, Habersham, Lumpkin, Murray, Pickens, Rabun, Towns, Union, Walker, Gwyn and Whitfield until 9 a.m.

Watching means there are very good conditions for developing a possible tornado.

3:19 a.m.

Severe Weather Team 2, Meteorologist Brian Monahan, said the line of strong storms will move to northwestern Georgia at 4:30 a.m. or 5 a.m.

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