Tropical Storm watches and areas of flash and urban flooding, some of which may be locally significant, are expected across Southern Georgia through Wednesday, spreading into portions of the eastern Carolinas Wednesday into Thursday.
The new map is the first update since 2012.
The Atlantic hurricane season ends today. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says more named storms formed in the Atlantic this year than any other El Niño year in the modern record.
Georgia experienced 107 billion-dollar disasters between 1980-2022, the highest amount of any state in the Southeast, according to a prominent group of experts and scientists.
79% of the population of the southeastern United States has experienced some level of drought over the past month. Parts of Georgia fall into the extreme and exceptional drought categories, which affect crops, livestock and and soil health.
Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency
PBS Warning, Alert, and Response Network (WARN) provides a vital back up path for the delivery of FEMA emergency messages (including severe weather and Amber alerts) to Cellular Providers across the country via the PBS Satellite Network.
See PBS WARN in action with a map showing all active Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs) in the US, which WARN is broadcasting in real time.