FIRST ALERT: Severe weather moves out of SWGA, more rain expected overnight

FIRST ALERT: Severe weather moves out of SWGA, more rain expected overnight

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - WALB's First Alert Weather Team declared a First Alert Weather Day for Monday as severe weather headed to Southwest Georgia. As of 9:30 p.m., the risk of severe weather moved out of out of the area for the rest of Monday. Overnight people in Southwest Georgia can expect isolated showers. A cold front will move into the region sometime between mid to late morning, bringing with it the potential for strong to severe storms to areas east of I-75.

Storm Resources:

Preparing for Monday's Weather:
+Lowe's sees
increase in sales ahead of severe weather
+Mobile home resident prepares ahead of storms
+American Red Cross ready to provide storm relief during severe weather
+Camilla prepares for potential power outages, flooding as storms head to SWGA

Now that the risk of severe weather is heading out of the area, it's a good time to make sure you and your family are prepared for any future severe weather. Check to make sure you have an emergency kit that is ready to go, a NOAA weather radio and an emergency plan.

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