Severe weather threat continues through early Tuesday
Make sure you have your weather radio, cell phones charged and outside items brought indoors as multiple rounds of severe weather will be moving into Southwest Georgia over the next 24 hours.
Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop by midday along the coast and move into Southwest Georgia this afternoon.
A final round of scattered storms is expected late tonight as a cold front moves into the region. This last round of storms will approach Interstate 75 by sunrise Tuesday.
The threat for tornadoes is higher across South Georgia today. Damaging winds that are 40-60 mph, and large hail (up to two inches in diameter) are possible across the entire region as well.
Storms from the overnight will move through the eastern portions of the region on Tuesday morning. The greatest impacts are anticipated across extreme south-central Georgia. Damaging winds are the primary threat, though an isolated tornado is also possible.