Strong wind is likely Thursday and Friday


    Severe weather does not look likely tomorrow, but strong wind and hail cannot be ruled out. Isolated pockets of heavy rain are also possible.

    MACON, Ga. -- The effects from the bomb cyclone are already being felt in Middle Georgia.

    A warm front associated with that low pressure is pushing through the midstate. This front will cause wind gusts upwards 25-30 mph this afternoon.

    Good morning! It will be windy all day. Wind gusts could be as high as 25-30 mph this afternoon.

    States like Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana are expected strong to severe storms Thursday. A few tornadoes are likely to develop in those states during the afternoon.

    Severe weather is possible today in Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky during the afternoon.

    Starting on Friday morning we will see a few light to moderate showers moving in as the bomb cyclone moves east.

    Thunderstorms are possible during Friday afternoon. Severe weather does not look likely in Middle Georgia, but strong wind and hail cannot be ruled out.

    Severe weather does not look likely tomorrow, but strong wind and hail cannot be ruled out. Isolated pockets of heavy rain are also possible.

    Most of the rain will come to an end in the later afternoon on Friday. Our temperatures will take a bit of a hit, but lows will remain above the freezing point at least through the end of next week.

    The rain will begin to move in early tomorrow morning.

    Stick with us both on air and online for the latest on this system.

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