ATLANTA — Severe Weather Team 2 says the tornado threat for north Georgia has ended after severe weather moved in overnight.
The storms produced several tornadoes, and brought more damaging winds, heavy rain and hail. The confirmed tornadoes were reported in Thomaston, South Fulton, Putnam and Chattooga counties. But crews are assessing if others touched down.
There are more than 100,000 reports of power outages across north Georgia as of 6:30 a.m.
Gov. Brian Kemp says many Georgia communities are grappling with a devastating night of severe weather and loss of life.