As severe weather starts moving out of the metro Atlanta area, damages are being reported from out of Haralson and Heard counties.

North Georgia, including the metro will see light to moderate rainfall and should expect the weather clear up by 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday and Central Georgia should see the weather clearing up by 5:00 p.m.

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Earlier Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service issued two tornado warnings, the first was for parts of Paulding, Carroll and Haralson counties and the second warning was issued for parts of Meriwether, Heard, Troup and Coweta counties.

The first warning expired and the second warning was canceled and parts of metro Atlanta should be experiencing light to moderate rainfall until around 2:00 p.m. today as the system makes its way towards the southeast.

Winds were moving between 45-55 mph and was moving at 55 mph at its top speed. Some damage was reported for parts of the impacted counties.

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