A line of severe thunderstorms with severe winds and possible hail or tornadoes are expected to come our way starting early Tuesday and continue to move through until evening.
The National Weather Service out of Peachtree City issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for portions of north and Central Georgia. "The squall line in Alabama is expected to push east into northwest Georgia around 1 a.m.," the NWS warns. Weak tornadoes may be possible along the line, but the storms are expected to weaken after 3 a.m. Heavy rains and flash flooding may possible.
In the afternoon, a second line of more isolated storms could develop in the afternoon through mid evening, with possible large hail and damaging winds.
Drivers should take precaution on the roads.