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A mid level low pressure center over southeast Georgia will develop showers and thunderstorms during the morning hours across inland portions of southeast Georgia. This activity will increase in coverage and will push slowly southeastward towards coastal southeast Georgia around noon. Thunderstorms will then expand over the Interstate 10 corridor this afternoon, where a few strong thunderstorms containing wind gusts of 40-50 mph will be possible through early evening. Slow moving thunderstorms this afternoon and evening are expected to produce widespread 1 to 2 inch totals, especially over coastal southeast Georgia, where localized totals up to 5 inches will be possible through Thursday as the mid- level low pressure moves little during the next few days. Localized flooding will become a concern, especially over the low lying coastal counties of southeast Georgia and urban areas such as Brunswick. Remember, if you encounter a road or intersection that has flowing water over it, you must "Turn Around, Don't Drown". It only takes about 2 feet of flowing water to displace a Sport Utility Vehicle from a roadway.
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