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Widespread rain moves through metro Atlanta, severe threat ends

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ATLANTA — Rain and storms are moving through metro Atlanta from the west Wednesday morning. Much of that severe weather threat has passed, moving east of metro Atlanta, but heavy rains still bring the possibility of flooding or downed trees. 

Most of that wet weather is expected to be out of the area though after 8 a.m., bringing with it cooler conditions.

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Live Updates

6:40 a.m. | A flood warning has been issued for Big Creek near Alpharetta until tomorrow at 10 p.m. 

6 a.m. | The area has seen a lot of rain in a short amount of time with totals topping out toward 3 inches in the northwest part of the state. Closer to Atlanta, we've seen about an inch to an inch and a half. 

5:45 a.m. | Meteorologist Andrew Wilson says the widespread rain is sticking around, but the severe threat is over for metro Atlanta.

5:08 a.m. | Flooding has been spotted on I-85 SB at Jimmy Carter Blvd. 

4:54 a.m. | Downed power lines have been spotted on Mountain View Court in Paulding County.

4:45 a.m. | Flooding has been reported on parts of I-75 at Moores Mill Road.

3:33 a.m. | A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Carroll, Douglas, Coweta, Fulton, Haralson, Heard until 11/30 4:00 a.m.



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