Wsbtv Weather

October 27, 2010 by staff 

Wsbtv Weather, ATLANTA – A tornado warning was extended for parts of metro Atlanta and North Georgia until 8 pm Wednesday.
The watch means that tornadoes, hail, thunderstorms, strong winds and dangerous lightning are possible in those areas.

“The increased risk of storms will be south of I-20 where the air is unstable. A slow moving cold front in northwest South Georgia and the collapse throughout the day. Cooler and dry air expected overnight and Thursday, “Severe Weather Team meteorologist David Chandley two.

One resident told Channel 2′s Linda Stouffer was his refuge from the storm after hearing Chandley break with the news of a tornado warning in Carroll County.

“I mean I was hysterical. Our sirens never went away, nothing left,” said Shannon Britt Whitesburg residents.

“We heard David Chandley when he arrived, so I started to get my stuff, my little dog was going crazy on the floor to come and go. It was so black in my house could not see where I was walking,” added Brown.

Earlier on Wednesday morning, scattered showers were going through Georgia, and more storms expected Thursday afternoon and evening.

“We are at a risk for some of the storms this afternoon, in turn serious, and we could see some damaging winds, lightning and the possibility of heavy rain and tornadoes to some,” said meteorologist Karen Minton.

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“You’ll notice that the storms are not doing a lot of great progress towards the east.’s What we call training. Storms and rain rolled over the areas that have been rained a lot like cars of a train,” said Chandley .

Please stay tuned to Channel 2 Action News and for the latest watches and warnings.

Our team of meteorologists are working with the day 2 Severe Weather Center tracking storms.

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