The Wedge front is still holding strong across N Georgia tonight and the only area that might see a strong storm would we well to the SW of the Atlanta metro area. Above is the latest temp maps and as you can see we are totally wedged in with cool air that will not
budge easily, but as you can see on the latest NAM there is a small window to the SW near LaGrange that cold warm up just enough to see a few stronger storms there by around 4am. Not thinking severe, just a few boomers to create some thunder and a few pockets of heavier rain.
Here is the latest HRR model (basically a rapid refresh model) that shows the “stronger storms” in the exact same area. Again, I don’t think any of these will be severe but I will be tracking them just in case.
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