Severe weather clearing up in GA counties, AL counties still under warnings

Severe weather clearing up in GA counties, AL counties still under warnings

(WTVM) - The severe weather threat is coming to an end for the Georgia counties in our area.

Severe thunderstorm warnings still continue for our Alabama counties, but per Meteorologist Elisabeth D'Amore, all of the severe weather should come to end within an hour.

Strong winds, heavy rainfall, small hail, and lightning are the main threats at this time.

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The sirens heard in Muscogee County are to indicate severe weather in our area. Keep up with the latest severe weather watches by clicking here.

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Watches mean severe weather is possible - just be weather aware. Warnings mean severe weather is happening and you need to go to a safe place.

In a tornado warning, it's a small room, lowest floor, near the center, and away from windows.

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