CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. - Storms moving through the metro Atlanta area on Saturday, forced a Clayton County apartment complex to be evacuated.
Lightning and heavy rain now with this storm that extends from Clayton county through south Fulton, to Cobb. This storm is moving south at 10 mph and will eventually affect Douglas, Fayette & Coweta county. pic.twitter.com/fSxtkSBM6H— Jeff Hill (@jeffhillfox5) July 14, 2018
According to Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services, The Park at Mt. Zion, apartments at 701 Mt. Zion Road were evacuated due to flash flooding.
The Red Cross is assisting people who were displaced by the flooding.
A Flash Flood warning was also issued for parts of Meriwether County and Coweta County through 2:15 a.m. Sunday. Although further rainfall for Saturday night was not in the forecast.
Sunday afternoon will bring more showers and t-showers with the possibility of flooding due to the slow movement of the storms.
Monday and Tuesday will be similar with showers and thunder showers likely in the afternoon and evening.
Flash Flood Warning for Northern Meriwether and Southeastern Coweta county until 2:15 am. pic.twitter.com/s4JWuC6N4s— Jeff Hill (@jeffhillfox5) July 15, 2018
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