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Tropical storm force winds are forecast for portions of north and central Georgia as Hurricane Zeta moves into those areas. Stronger winds are expected to begin early Thursday morning and continue through Thursday afternoon. Maximum sustained winds of 25-40 mph with gusts up to 50-70 mph will be possible.
Forecast wind gusts for Hurricane Zeta. Sustained winds of 25-40mph with gusts up to 50-70mph will be possible, primarily in north and west Georgia.
Periods of heavy rainfall are expected as the remnants of Tropical Storm Zeta track across north and central Georgia. Additional rainfall totals of 1.5 to 3 inches are expected across north and northwest Georgia, with locally higher amounts possible. Saturated soils will contribute to the likelihood of flash flooding where heavier rainfall occurs.
Heavy rainfall is expected today through Thursday across portions of northern and western Georgia. Widespread 1.5 to 3 inches of additional rainfall with locally higher amounts will be possible, primarily along and north of the I-85 corridor. With saturated soils, flash flooding is possible where heavier rain occurs.
Shown on the map are the expected high temperatures, weather conditions, and probabilities of precipitation for today.
Shown on the map are the expected low temperatures, weather conditions, and probabilities of precipitation for tonight.
Shown on the map are the expected high temperatures, weather conditions, and probabilities of precipitation for tomorrow.
This graphic contains daily climate data (climate normals and records) for today for the sites listed. The legend is in the upper left portion of the image. The current "normals" period is 1981-2010. The date for each location represents the year in which the first observations began. For more information, please visit the National Centers for Environmental Information at



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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Albany GA06:35Heavy Rain \ Mist1 3/4767597WSW 7-29.78
Athens GA05:51Light Rain10757084S 13G43-29.57
Atlanta GA06:19Light Rain8757187SW 23G51-29.61
Augusta GA06:02Overcast10797176S 17G24-29.72
Blairsville GA06:35Rain \ Mist3 1/2706790SSW 16G33-29.47
Cartersville GA05:53Overcast10767184S 26G43-29.45
Chamblee GA06:18Light Rain \ Mist4737193S 23G39-29.57
Columbus GA06:12Overcast10767287SW 16G24-29.70
Dalton GA06:35Overcast10756983SSW 21G29-29.46
Ellijay GA04:15Heavy Rain5716788SE 20G33-29.60
Gainesville GA05:53Light Rain \ Mist4716786S 22G46-29.52
LaGrange GA06:35Overcast10766980SW 12G29-29.69
Lawrenceville GA05:56Light Rain7727196S 31G39-29.54
Macon GA05:53Light Rain7767081SSW 16G30-29.72
Milledgeville GA04:59Overcast10807583SSE 7G18-29.70
Newnan GA06:35Overcast10767389SW 16G26-29.66
Peachtree City GA05:53Light Rain10757393SSW 12G32-29.63
Rome GA06:27Overcast10767081SW 23G51-29.48
Warner Robins GA06:23Light Rain10757394SSW 21G30-29.73
West Atlanta GA05:53Light Rain7747293SSW 22G37-29.55




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