« View county listSpecial Weather Statement
508 AM EDT Mon May 28 2018
...SUBTROPICAL STORM ALBERTO TO IMPACT THE AREA...
The primary hazard associated with Subtropical Storm Alberto will
be heavy rain and potential flash flooding and river flooding
associated with multiple rain bands moving across the area.
Additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 4 inches with locally higher
amounts will be possible on top of already saturated soils. The
highest flooding potential exists over the northern and western
portions of the forecast area. A flash flood watch is in effect
for north and portions of central Georgia until 800 am Wednesday.
The strongest sustained winds of 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35
mph will be possible over west Georgia with the strongest winds
over west central Georgia, later today through Tuesday. With
saturated soils, isolated power outages will be possible from
falling trees. A wind advisory is in effect for a portion of west
central Georgia along the Alabama border tonight.
Isolated brief tornadoes will be possible across the area later
today and Tuesday associated with rain bands.