ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - A second round of Sunday storms in Georgia came to an end late in the evening, with one final Tornado Warning in Morgan, Greene and Oglethorpe counties. No damage was immediately reported after that warning expired.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was issued for much of north Georgia Sunday afternoon, just hours after an earlier line of severe weather brought a few possible tornadoes to parts of north Georgia. Damage from that first round of storms included reports of trees down in Gwinnett, Walton, Paulding, Butts and Lamar counties.
As the storms moved out, cooler weather moved in. Temperatures overnight are forecast to fall into the 40's in metro Atlanta, with relatively strong winds. And high temperatures on Monday will only reach the 60's.
4/14/19 Forecast lows tonight will be in the 30s & 40s BUT the wind chill will be another 10-15 degrees COLDER. It's been nearly two weeks since we've had temperatures this cold, so make sure you prepare for a winter chill Monday morning #gawx @fox5atlanta pic.twitter.com/5vBNY7YWLe— Ryan Beesley (@RyanBeesleyFox5) April 15, 2019
After that, a warmup begins through the rest of the week, with storms possible again by Thursday.