The second round of severe weather is expected to hit West Georgia and Douglas County late Tuesday night and into the early morning hours on Wednesday.
Douglas County Communications sent this weather alert Tuesday afternoon:
Another night of severe weather is anticipated tonight through Wednesday morning in Douglas County.
This will be another slow-moving system that is expected to dump a lot of rain, causing localized flooding. Douglas County remains under a Flash Flood Watch. The ground is saturated with more rain coming.
Subject to change, but here is the [National Weather Service] thinking during their 1 p.m. update to Emergency Management personnel:
- Storms may come into West Georgia about 7 - 8 p.m. tonight
- Heavier squall lines may develop late night - early morning (11 p.m. - 2 a.m.)
- The line of storms will move very slowly to the SE on Wednesday
We will keep you updated on Douglas County Happenings on Facebook, on dctv23, and on the County website at www.CelebrateDouglasCounty.com from the Douglas County Emergency Operations Center until the severe weather threat has passed.