Scattered storms will develop across north and central Alabama early Monday morning and move into northwest Georgia in the late morning hours and will continue into late afternoon.
Timing and Location:
Northwest Georgia: beginning around 10 a.m. Monday and continuing into the afternoon and
Damaging winds to 60 mph, 1-inch sized hail, chance for isolated tornadoes
Some of these storms could be severe with damaging winds and large hail. A squall line is expected to develop along the front and move into northwest Georgia Monday evening and spread across the rest of north Georgia and into central Georgia by midnight Monday night.
Some of the storms in the squall line could be severe with damaging winds and large hail. As the cold front nears Georgia, the wedge across northeast Georgia will dissipate bringing the risk of severe storms to northeast Georgia with the squall line.
As for the risk of tornadoes with the area of storms in the morning and afternoon and the squall line in the evening, there is a potential for an isolated tornado.
The squall line will continue moving across central Georgia after midnight, however the atmosphere will slowly stabilize. This will aid in the diminishing of the intensity of the storms as they move across central Georgia.