The National Weather Service says that as a cold front passes through Georgia on Wednesday, numerous thunderstorms will develop. Forecasters say the main concerns will be damaging winds, heavy rain and frequent lightning.
Wind damage appears to be minor from Monday morning's landfall of Tropical Storm Baryl, now a tropical depression. But for some residents in low-lying areas, a bigger threat might not come until later this week. Forecasters are predicting rainfall amounts of between four to eight inches with some areas getting 12 inches.