Severe weather is possible in north Georgia through early Thursday. The Storm Prediction Center has placed north Georgia in a SLIGHT risk of severe storm through 8 am Thursday. The slight risk is a 2 out of 5 on the scale, and the main threat in north Georgia is for strong straight-line winds. Storms will be scattered, and most of the time it will not be raining.  

Wednesday Forecast

Isolated to scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. Another round of storms is possible between 4-8 am Thursday. Storms could be strong to severe with damaging winds the greatest threat. 

Severe Risks
  • High: 82°
  • Normal High: 71°
  • Chance of rain: 40%

What you need to know:

The risk of strong to severe thunderstorms diminishes after 8 am Thursday. Look for a bright and windy afternoon with temps in the mid to upper 70s. It will turn colder Thursday night into Friday. Expect sunshine and highs in the 60s on Friday. It may get to 70 on Saturday afternoon following a cool start in the 40s. 

Rain is likely on Easter Sunday. Expect showers in the morning and a chance of thunderstorms with heavier rain later Sunday into the night. 

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