ATLANTA — The 11Alive StormTrackers are watching a line of storms moving into Georgia overnight Monday and early Tuesday. Luckily, no warnings were issued overnight. However, we do have a few thunderstorms rolling in throughout the area. 

Most of Georgia is under a marginal risk (level 1 of 5) for severe weather, and some parts are under an increased risk (level 2). 

Temperatures will start in the 60s, but they will fall throughout the day into the 40s. It will be a cold night. 

UPDATES:

4:30 AM | It's going to be a wet morning commute. Plan on temps dropping throughout the day as the front moves on out.

4:00 AM | NO warnings, but we do have thunderstorms rolling through the area. 

1:50 AM | Take a look at the live radar.

 

1:45 AM | The part of the line of storms reaching Newnan has 40 miles per hour winds and heavy rain.

1:37 AM | Cleburne and Randolph counties in Alabama have been cleared from the tornado watch. 

UPDATES FROM DECEMBER 16, 2019

10:53 PM |  Clerburne and Randolph counties in Alabama are in a tornado watch until 5 a.m. So far, no west Georgia counties are included.

7:41 PM | The level 2 slight risk has been expanded into west Georgia and the western metro area. The level 1 marginal risk is extended eastward from Atlanta. 

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