(WTVM) - After 43 dry, desert-like days, the Chattahoochee Valley finally received rain Monday night!
Tuesday's weather featured some mild off-and-on showers, and another band of storms is expected to roll in early Wednesday morning and last through the early afternoon.
While there is low risk for tornadoes in our area, there is still a risk for damaging winds.
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- In a tornado warning, it's a small room, lowest floor, near the center, and away from windows.