It will be very important for everyone to pay close attention to the weather beginning late Tuesday into Wednesday morning for the potential for severe weather over north and central Georgia. First, here is the Atlanta National Weather Service office in their morning AFD:
THIS SECOND WAVE OF CONVECTION WILL WARRANT MUCH CONCERN AS THE STRONG UPPER LOW OVER TX KICKS EAST AND INTERACTS WITH INCREASING AREA OF INSTABILITY AND DEEP LAYER SHEAR TO SUPPORT STRONG TO POSSIBLY SEVERE STORM DEVELOPMENT. THIS HAS PROMPTED SPC TO PLACE MUCH OF THE FORECAST AREA IN A MARGINAL RISK FOR SEVERE STORMS AND A SLIGHT RISK AREA ALONG AND WEST OF A CARROLLTON TO THOMASTON TO AMERICUS LINE. AT THIS TIME... THIS THREAT APPEARS TO BE GREATEST FROM LATE TUESDAY EVENING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING... BUT STAY TUNED AS THIS COULD CHANGE.
And here is more from the Storm Prediction Center in their Day 2 Severe Weather Outlook
AN INTENSE MID-LEVEL SHORTWAVE TROUGH WILL TRACK EASTWARD FROM TX ACROSS THE GULF COAST REGION ON TUESDAY. A 100+ KT MIDLEVEL JET STREAK WILL OVERSPREAD THE NORTHERN GULF COAST AND PIVOT NORTHEAST INTO CENTRAL AL/WESTERN GA BY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
As you can see from the images below, it appears that we will eventually fall into the Slight Risk category and i wouldn't be surprised to see our area elevated to Enhanced possibly later today. Also, VERY heavy rain coming in over the next three days, with almost 3-4" expected over a large area of north Georgia.