Accoring to the NWS forecast, a weak frontal boundary over Central Georgia will continue moving slowly south and stall somewhere across South Georgia tonight.
This weather system is likely to produce isolated, severe thunderstorms. The greatest
threat from these storms will be frequent lightning, large hail and damaging winds.
These storms are more likely to occur later this afternoon and evening. The most likely area of occurence will be along and to the south of a line stretching from Carrollton to Athens.
Cedartown and Rockmart are generally to the north of this described area.
There also is a chance of thunderstorms continuing through the week in the greater north Georgia region.