ATLANTA - Strong storms brought hundreds of lightning strikes, heavy rain and hail to metro Atlanta Wednesday afternoon. Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz tracked the storms as the moved through Cobb County to Gwinnett County and Atlanta on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
ATLANTA - Parts of north Georgia and metro Atlanta will likely see showers and thunderstorms Sunday as a system bringing severe weather to other parts of the country moves through the Southeast. Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Brad Nitz said the greatest risk for severe weather will be well north of Georgia, but there's a chance for isolated severe storms to move into the state.
Jun 7th, 2013 by Brad Nitz This year has already seen plenty of severe weather, from the recent devastating EF5 Oklahoma tornado, to the deadly January tornadoes a little closer to home in north Georgia, to the line of severe storms bringing damage to Newton County.
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Selecting a term
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