Another Tornado Outbreak Across the South Today
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - It will be a dry and warm day in Georgia today, but a tornado outbreak is likely to our west across Mississippi and Louisiana.
Filtered sunshine and a warm breeze. Temperatures climb into the mid 70s and it stays very warm through the evening.
High: 76° Average High: 68° Chance of Rain: 10% late
What You Need to Know:
The storm system weakens considerably as it reaches Georgia tonight. Rain moves in after 9pm and heavy rain is expected through the morning commute Wednesday. The severe risk is low overnight.
After sunrise, storms may start to gain strength as they move out of Georgia into the Carolinas. There is a small chance for an isolated tornado between 7am-12pm across the eastern portion of our state.
What produced severe weather outbreak in Texas?
The severe weather outbreak in Texas on Monday was caused by a classic low pressure system, which developed right over the state. As that system moves east, we’ll see showers and storms, but our severe thunderstorm risk will be lower in metro Atlanta due to the storms moving into our region overnight with less energy.
Sunshine returns through the afternoon tomorrow and temps hit 70 once again.
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