ATLANTA – It is a wet and stormy morning for many parts of Georgia, as a series of storms are sweeping through Georgia.

Our Severe weather Team 2 meteorologists I have been watching this storm system for more than a week as it developed throughout the country.

We use the world's most powerful weathering technology to track the strong storms that hit Channel 2 Action News This Morning in North Georgia and Metro Atlanta.

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6:27 clock:

The Tornado clock has been updated to remove some counties.

6:13 clock:

The series of rain and storms moves into the counties of Paulding and West Cobb.

5:57 clock:

National Weather Service expects the storm warning for Fannin, Gilmer, Gordon and Pickens at 6am.

5:44 clock:

Triple Team Traffic reports that crashes have been reported on the metro stations in Atlanta – and some are on the wet roads. Even more rain could make morning commuting even worse.

5:23 clock:

Heavy thunderstorm warning for Gordon County until 6:15.

5:21 clock:

The main threat to the line of strong storms is 40 to 60 km / h wind gusts, but also an isolated short tornado is possible.

4:58 am:

Heavy thunderstorm warning for Fannin and Gilmer until 5.30 o'clock.

4:50 am:

Severe weather Team 2 meteorologist Brian Monahan He said he had received information that there had been no reports of damage in northwestern Georgia as storms prevailed.

4:35 clock:

The stormline is heading towards Chattooga and Floyd County at around 40 km / h. There are 40-60 mph wind gusts and an isolated short tornado is possible.

4:18 clock:

Heavy thunderstorm warning for the counties of Catoosa, Whitfield, Walker and Dade in northwest Georgia. The thunderstorms were along a line that moved from Fabius to Dutton near 50 km / h to the east.

15:53 ​​clock:

Two schools have delayed the beginning of lessons due to the storms. Menlo Elementary School and Leroy Massey Elementary School in Chatooga County will be delayed by three hours.

3:27 clock:

Tornado Watch was issued to Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Dawson, Fannin, Floyd, Gilmer, Gordon, Habersham, Lumpkin, Murray, Pickens, Rabun, Towns, Union, Walker, White and Whitfield County until 9am.

A clock means that the conditions for a possible tornado development are correct.

3:19 pm:

Meteorologist Brian Monahan said the line of strong storms would move around 4:30 am or 5:00 am in northwest Georgia.



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