COWETA COUNTY, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - It may be clear skies on Sunday, but the severe weather that sped through north Georgia overnight left behind some major damage.
In Coweta County, multiple trees were downed, blocking roads and causing power outages.
FOX 5's Mark Teichner was in the area of Tabby Linch Road and Gordon Road, which is just north of where the storm came through at around 4:30 a.m. Crews are already on the scene dealing with the aftermath and attempting to open the roads.
Coweta County resident Sonny Ramirez told Teichner the storm came and went quickly.
"My wife pokes me in the back: 'Get up. Get up," Ramirez said. "By the time I stood up it was over. It was like 10 seconds."
Ramirez said he and his wife heard trees falling and went out to see all the damage.
Officials have not confirmed any possible tornadoes in the area, but did say winds reached up to speeds of 70 mph.
Thankfully, no injuries were reported, though officials did say the trees damaged houses and barns in the area.
Around 500 people are still affected by power outages throughout Georgia due to the storm.