A front with strong thunderstorms is moving in from the Midwest says forecaster Shirley Lamback with the National Weather Service.
"Some thunderstorms could be very strong to severe, producing damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes are possible," says Lamdack.
Lamback says though a lot of rain is expected, heavy flooding isn’t likely.
"Right now we’re not expecting major flooding problems, but a thunderstorm parks over any particular area, (and) it could dump anywhere from one to two inches."
North Georgia should be in the clear by tomorrow morning; south Georgia by Sunday afternoon.