Tornadoes Are Possible Again For The Deep SouthThe Southern severe weather streak continues Thursday with most of the storms in Georgia south of I-20. 
New Week, New StormsHundreds of tornadoes have been reported across the eastern half of the US since April 1. Now, another storm system could generate even more over the next two days, from the Southern Plains to the Deep South.
Storms Move South Of Atlanta, Georgia Under Tornado WatchA line of storms moved east across the south overnight putting areas including Tallahassee and Panama City, Florida; Albany, Georgia; and Dothan, Alabama under a tornado watch Monday morning.
Here We Go Again: Severe Storms, Capable Of Producing Tornadoes, Are Forecast For This WeekendThe Storm Prediction Center has placed a level 3 out of 5 risk for Sunday for parts of North Louisiana, Southern Mississippi, Alabama and West Georgia.
Severe Storms Halt All Incoming Atlanta Flights Friday MorningAtlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is closed to all inbound flights Friday morning because of thunderstorms.
Fallen Tree Kills Atlanta Woman In 70s, Firefighters SayA woman died Tuesday after a tree fell down onto her two-story home. She was trapped in her bedroom, says firefighters.
Hurricane Dorian: Now Forecast As Category 4 LandfallDorian is forecast to strengthen into a major hurricane, possibly a Category 4, as it moves across the open waters of the Atlantic.
Dorian Forecast To Be A Major Hurricane On FridayDorian is forecast to strengthen into a major hurricane as moves across the open waters of the Atlantic.
South Carolina Schools End Snow Days, Will Have Students Learn OnlineIt may be the middle of summer, but one South Carolina school district is already planning to eliminate their student's snow days.
Cars Swamped By Severe Flooding in Clayton CountyThe video shows a stretch of road near the airport washed out by flash flooding, and one car is briefly seen floating in the water due to the impact of waves caused by passing cars.
Good News For Georgia's Peach CropPeach growers got plenty of beneficial "chill hours" this winter for the first time in three years.